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No Smoke • No Spark • Easy to Light • Extreme High Heat • Sweet Smell
Free of Chemicals • Emits 30% Less Carbon Monoxide • Cook More Using Less
What is a Circular Economy?
Circular economy is a generic term for an industrial economy that is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose). In a circular economy, resources are kept in use for as long as possible, extracting the maximum value from them while in use, and then recovering and regenerating the product at the end of its service life.
This means that there is no waste or pollution, by design or intention, in the production and usage of the product. There are two types of material flows, biological nutrients, designed to re-enter the biosphere safely, and technical nutrients, which are designed to circulate at high quality in the production system without entering the biosphere.
I started using Olive Briq in my Big Green Egg last summer and immediately fell in love with the product. Imagine a charcoal that imparts great flavor, burns longer, cleaner, hotter (or slower) and comes from a sustainable source!
I particularly like to cook meats “low & slow” and Olive Briq makes that easy, just set things up before turning in for the night and you wake up to perfect Pulled Pork or Beef Brisket every time.
Craig Wakefield (Chef, Product Developer & BBQ Enthusiast
I've used Olive Briq, and they are wonderful. First cook was a high heat steak sear, the briquettes temperature clocked in at 953 degrees Fahrenheit
( 512 C )
Last night I did a meatloaf, the temp was stable for the whole duration, about 2 hours. An hour in, I put a surface thermometer on the cooking grate over the coals, 560 degrees Fahrenheit ( 293 C )
Truly impressive ! Keep producing your excellent product.
Derek Nickels - Kingston Ontario
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