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Strawberry Guava Firewood Chunks - Medium Box

Strawberry Guava Firewood Chunks - Medium Box

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Strawberry Guava wood has a subtle, semi-sweet aroma. Our All-Natural Strawberry Guava burning wood chunks is seasoned naturally under the Hawaiian sun for 8-12 months, then hand split and packaged to order for maximum flavor retention. Whether grilling or smoking fresh chicken, pork, fish, lamb, or beef, strawberry guava wood will complement each flavor nicely.

Strawberry Guava Firewood Burning Chunks are about 4" x 1.5" in size and have up to 15 pounds of wood in the box.

The medium box is 12″ x 12″ x 6″ and has enough for 8-12 meals. 

Pre-soaking wood is not recommended and a little goes a long way. Enjoy the flavor of Hawaii in your next BBQ!

 

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How To Use Wood Chunks

Method 1 - Charcoal Grill

Step 1: Select from Kiawe, Ironwood, or Guava wood chunks, each with its unique flavor profile. For optimal smoke and flavor, only 1-3 wood chunks are needed. Although soaking the wood chunks is optional, we find that most of our customers choose not to soak, as these Hawaiian woods produce a rich smoke when used dry.

Step 2: Use your choice of lump charcoal or briquettes for your heat.

Step 3: Set up your charcoal grill for indirect cooking. Place the lit charcoal on one side of the grill, leaving the other side empty.

Step 4: Once the charcoal is ashed over and at the desired temperature, place 1-3 of your selected wood chunks directly on top of the coals.

Step 5: Wait 5-7 minutes after putting in your wood chunks before you start cooking or smoking

Step 6: Add additional chunks as needed

Method 2 - Gas Grill

Step 1: Choose from Kiawe, Ironwood, or Guava wood chunks.

Step 2: Place 1-2 wood chunks on the grate above the burner on your gas grill

Step 3: Preheat your gas grill on high with all burners on.

Step 4: Once the chunks begin to emit smoke and the heat is at your desired temperature you are now ready to start cooking or smoking

Method 3 - Smoker Box Grill

Step 1: Select your wood chunks from Kiawe, Ironwood, or Guava.

Step 2: Use your choice of lump charcoal or briquettes for your heat.

Step 3: Once the charcoal is ashed over and at the desired temperature, place 1-3 of your selected wood chunks directly on top of the coals.

Step 4: Wait 5-7 minutes after putting in your wood chunks before you start cooking or smoking

Step 5: Add additional chunks as needed

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