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Types of Grills

Gas Grills

Propane gas is ideal for grills because, when pressurized, it compresses and turns to liquid, making it easy to store in tanks. It also contains more cooking energy than natural gas as measured in British Thermal Units.

Pellet Grills

Pellet grills are versatile. You can barbecue, smoke, roast, grill and
even bake or braise in a pellet grill.

Charcoal Grills

Charcoal Grilling. Charcoal grilling might not offer the same level of convenience as gas or pellet stoves, but it does boast one benefit that stands out above all others: smoke flavor. The dry, white-hot heat of charcoal sears meat quickly, creating a crusty, caramelized exterior and smoky flavor.

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