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Pellet grills offer a great option of letting the grill do the work. Similar to an outdoor oven, they do an excellent job at slow cooking and locking in moisture and flavor. Add this to the addition of a subtle smoky flavor, and you’ve found your favorite way to cook.
Pellet grills are fueled with cylindrical food-grade wooden pellets that are comprised of compressed hardwood sawdust. The sawdust that makes up these pellets is exposed to heat and high pressure. This activates an element known as lignin, which is a natural glue in the wood. These pellets burn clean and leave very little ash, making cleanup a breeze.
The consistency pellet grills provide is second to none. With convection heat distribution, your food cooks evenly each and every time. It also stops flare-ups and controls the risk of over-smoking your food. This means you can expect more consistent and mouth-watering dishes no matter the time of year.
Wood pellet grills are also highly versatile. Z Grills, for example, carries products that allow you to grill, bake, smoke, braise, sear, and barbecue. You can expect a product that requires far less labor to maintain and, because of its digital temperature control and automatic pellet feeder, your temperature is controlled on its own. This means you can set a timer and go, grab a cold one and chat with your company, or go inside and watch the game. The flexibility, convenience, and improved taste go to show how valuable these grills can be.