Dead wood from the land is converted into charcoal in this controlled combustion process. It is made by smoking wood for three days in an enclosed pit.  This limits the oxygen available and makes for a slow burning.  The result is that most of the wood is retained as charcoal.  This charcoal burns more slowly and at higher calorific value levels than wood, making it the most efficient form of fuel for use in cooking. Previous Home Next
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