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Joe Phillips, the designer of the Yoder cookers, discusses how to properly manage the fire and temperatures in Yoder offset cookers in this video:

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I would simply utilize one for a Cheyenne. You may furthermore get past with only one out of a Wichita as well. I utilized a Kingman in that video so it needed the extra charcoal. I was once trusting you could give us a few rules on tips on the best way to utilize the fuel ignitor for the wooden field?

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