Lokkii charcoal bricks

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tdj_tx
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2008/08/30 12:37:51 (permalink)

Lokkii charcoal bricks

I just had to share this with other BBQ'ers out there. I first
read about these in "Chili Pepper" magazine and decided to order them.
They were a little on the pricey side because of the shipping fee.
I put a few videos on youtube and was contacted by the people who make
this product. They said they will be available in stores around Texas, where I live, in 2009. They work really well, has anyone else used them?

Here's one of the videos I filmed firing up one of these bricks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5MKSkYif_Q

You can now order them from amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Lokkii-Organic-Instant-Charcoal-Bricks/dp/B001ETYHGO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1220110428&sr=8-1
I think the amazon price is better than the ones I bought online somewhere else.
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    swkreiter
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    RE: Lokkii charcoal bricks 2008/08/30 20:08:03 (permalink)

    Gotta ask - what makes them worth the fuss?
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    tdj_tx
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    RE: Lokkii charcoal bricks 2008/08/30 20:36:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by swkreiter


    Gotta ask - what makes them worth the fuss?

    What fuss, you take it out of it's package and light it.
    Within 15 minutes or so you're ready to cook.
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    C Turner Joy
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    RE: Lokkii charcoal bricks 2008/08/30 20:50:09 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by tdj_tx

    quote:
    Originally posted by swkreiter


    Gotta ask - what makes them worth the fuss?

    What fuss, you take it out of it's package and light it.
    Within 15 minutes or so you're ready to cook.


    Let's rephrase the question then. What makes them better other charcoal?
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    tdj_tx
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    RE: Lokkii charcoal bricks 2008/08/30 21:29:43 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by C Turner Joy

    quote:
    Originally posted by tdj_tx

    quote:
    Originally posted by swkreiter


    Gotta ask - what makes them worth the fuss?

    What fuss, you take it out of it's package and light it.
    Within 15 minutes or so you're ready to cook.


    Let's rephrase the question then. What makes them better other charcoal?

    Well, they light really quick without lighter fluid. Two bricks are the equivalent to 5lbs of regular charcoal. Each brick is sealed and is waterproof. They burn hot for up to 2 hours.
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