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  • Does the barbecue bamboo stick need to be soaked in advance?

    Does the barbecue bamboo stick need to be soaked in advance?

    Barbecue bamboo sticks are commonly used in 15cm, 20cm, 25cm, and 35cm. Due to direct contact with fire source, bamboo sticks are easily carbonized or even burned during grilling, especially when grilled with charcoal, due to the fat station of meat. On the bamboo stick, it may even be lit. Therefore, it needs to be immersed in water and used. After immersion, the ignition point rises and it is not easy to be lit.

    If you wear unsalted meat directly, use bamboo salt to soak your bamboo sticks. The longer the bamboo stick, the longer it takes to soak.