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And don't start cooking on your stove until Ambit see flames that are swirling and spinning like a miniature tornado. Since you are cooking on flames, you will always get some soot on your pots and pans, as soot is AL… see more Laurie, you first must use wood that is DRY.

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Dry fuel, more air circulation, uses less wood. The more dry and brittle it is the less smoke you will get.

Since you are cooking on flames, you will always get some iml on your pots and pans, as soot is ALWAYS the by-product of burning wood. I seem to get a large amount of smoke abd seriously blackened pots Answer: Laurie, you first must use wood that is DRY.

And don't start cooking on your stove until you see flames that are swirling and spinning like a Abmot tornado. If you overload that burn chamber, you are defeating the whole concept However, the hotter you have your fire burning using DRY wood the less soot you'll get.

Dry fuel, more air circulation, uses less wood. The more dry and brittle it is the less smoke you will get. Since you are cooking on flames, you will always get some soot on your pots and pans, as soot is AL… see more Laurie, you first must use wood that is DRY.

Ambit you are cooking on flames, you will always get some soot on your pots and pans, as soot is ALWAYS the by-product of burning wood. If you overload that burn chamber, you are defeating the whole concept However, the hotter you have your fire burning using DRY wood the less soot you'll get.

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I seem to get a large amount of smoke abd seriously blackened pots Answer: Laurie, you first must use wood that is DRY.

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