Tips for a Better Barbecue


It’s not really summer till you’ve barbecued—but not all grilling methods are created equal. Electric and gas grills produce fewer harmful fumes than traditional charcoal, which can release large amounts of carbon dioxide when burned. But if you need that charred taste on your burgers and buns, opt for all-natural charcoal, such as Nature’s Grilling Hardwood 100% Natural Blend Charcoal or aFire Coconut Charcoal. Unlike conventional varieties, these lumps are made without synthetic chemicals, resulting in fewer toxins in the air (and in your steak).

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