Coco Cambodia Barbecue Lighter
A relaxed BBQ is one of the most widespread preparations for a group meal together and at the same time an extremely popular leisure activity. It can be grilled in the garden, on the balcony as well as on public barbecue areas.
The most popular way of grilling is with charcoal, which creates the special aroma of the grilled food, but also produces substances that are harmful to health. The charcoal used in this country is largely imported. Not infrequently, tropical wood is used for its production. This is to be seen critically under aspects of the environmental protection, since an intensive clearing of tropical woods leads in the consequence to the soil erosion and infertility of the soils.
An ecologically sensible alternative made from a renewable raw material is therefore coconut barbecue lighters and briquettes. They are made of coconut shells and allow environmentally friendly grilling. Since there is no need to cut down trees, the forests and the environment are protected. The raw material for the BBQ kindling is a by-product of coconut milk production It is ideal on the grill as a kindling and ember bed for a convivial BBQ.
The charcoal made from coconut husks has numerous advantages. The purity level of coconut BBQ kindling is much higher than conventional ones. The high calorific value of the barbecue lighters and charcoal results in low consumption. Coconut charcoal burns evenly without sparks, has a long glowing time and reaches higher temperatures than charcoal. Glowing temperatures of over 800°C are reached in the grill.
The coconut shell charcoal is odorless, burns tasteless and develops hardly any smoke. This is optimal for a BBQ on the balcony or in similarly confined spaces. Since the coconut charcoal burns almost residue-free in the grill, it also produces a much smaller amount of ash than usual. With a long burn time of up to four hours, a single fill is usually enough for the grill to provide hours of BBQ.
Leftover coconut charcoal is mixed with the remains of candles that are lit in the many temples in Cambodia to produce barbecue lighters. Our BBQ lighters thus consist of components that would otherwise be disposed of as waste.
In conclusion, these barbecue lighters and coconut briquettes are healthier, more efficient and more environmentally friendly than traditional charcoal briquettes. Thus, you can safely do without a guilty conscience at the BBQ.