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Kamado Ceramic Grills: The Greenest Way To Grill?

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by Cambria Bold (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Jul 21, 2011

I was intrigued to read an article in last week's New York Times on the growing popularity of kamado grills, or traditional Japanese earthenware ceramic cookers. The most popular American version of




 

 

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I was intrigued to read an article in last week's New York Times on the growing popularity of kamado grills, or traditional Japanese earthenware ceramic cookers. The most popular American version of these grills, Big Green Eggs, command a fierce group of followers, sometimes known as Eggheads, who claim that kamado grills cook faster than other grills, require less charcoal (and only lump charcoal, which is more eco-friendly), and hold and distribute heat more evenly. So we're wondering: is this the greenest way to grill?



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