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Wood charcoal: Charcoal from bamboo

Bamboo charcoal is processed with a system known as the pyrolisis burning aimed to eliminate moisture content, as well as making bamboo as a carbon material. The process of making bamboo charcoal can be done as the manufacture of charcoal. It’s just to get a good quality bamboo charcoal, burning time and temperature must be set such that, if it is too hot or the less heat it will produce low-quality charcoal. If produced correctly, bamboo charcoal can rival the quality charcoal from mangrove wood materials that are widely used today. Charcoal product itself can be used for many things, ranging from health products (activated carbon), water filter, up to the fuel. Charcoal from bamboo material has …

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Wood charcoal: coconut shell liquid smoke

Liquid smoke are chemicals distillation of combustion fumes. Disinfectant liquid smoke can become so groceries can survive for long without harm consumers (Amritama, 2007). According Darmadji, et al (1996), coconut shell pyrolysis which has become liquid smoke would have amounted to 4.13% phenol, carbonyl 11.3% and 10.2% acid. Such compounds are able to preserve food so that they can last a long time because it has a main function as inhibitors of bacterial growth. Preservation with liquid smoke has several advantages, among others, more friendly to the environment because it does not cause air pollution, liquid smoke can be applied quickly and easily, liquid smoke does not require the installation of fumigation, the use of liquid smoke on the equipment used is simple and easy to clean, concentration liquid smoke used can be adjusted to the desired, liquid …

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Hardwood Charcoal vs. Charcoal Briquettes

Whenever Fine Cooking runs a story on outdoor grilling, it seems that our expert authors always recommend cooking over natural hardwood charcoal (sometimes called charwood) instead of the more easily found charcoal briquettes. Is this just barbecue snobbery? Hardly. There are some very real differences between hardwood charcoal and briquettes that do have an effect on grilling. …

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Wood Charcoal : White Smoke

White charcoal or known by the Japanese with English names binchotan in white charcoal is charcoal loud designation from Japan that has already begun created hundreds of years ago.True to its name, which means binchotan clinker, this charcoal black crake little whitish. This charcoal is very different from other black charcoal, due to several things: 1. Made of hardwood (must hardwood)2. Time burned (5 white charcoal good quality) – No flame– No Smoke– No sparks– Not berbauk– Not a lot of fly ash3. Another plus– Fixed carbon 90‘s– Low ash content– The water content of less than 5%– High Calories– Able to suck BAUK and radiation– Good water filter4. Excess time in BBQ– Longer burn time is 3 to 4 hours– Temperature BBQ time up to 850 degrees Celsius 600– Not easily extinguished– Cooking food faster and cook the inside of the well– The food at the BBQ using binchotan berbauk not smoke– Can be used berualng – again Binchotan limited market only a few countries such as Japan, Korea, Taiwan and hotel2x star. But the need is very much, the current state of the most widely exported binchotan is chinese. But the Chinese government has issued a …

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