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  COFFEE CAN COALS
  Posted by: wavetamer on Mar-08-10 9:36 AM (EST)
 

HI, I have done similar but without a coffee can which still takes up space. I treat the charcoal with fluid, or buy the easy light stuff and put it in a zip loc. I don't have a grill but don't really need one. You still have to light the charcoal so you want to make sure you have either matches, lighter or spark device. I don't know how easily a spark will ignite charcoal fluid, I will have to try it. I guess you can always light some tinder and place it on the charcoal.

Thanks for the comments.

TOM

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