Charcoal is the most popular fuel used for barbecuing because it produces intense heat and imparts a smoky flavor to the food. Charcoal is made by burning wood with limited oxygen, causing the water and volatile substances to evaporate, leaving only carbon behind. The type of wood used to make the charcoal can affect the flavor of your food, as different types of wood release different aromas. It’s important to choose high-quality charcoal for your barbecue, as cheaper and lower quality charcoal tends to produce more ash and burn out faster.
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