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We like that aFire is obsessed with sustainability. They use a “shelter wood” method for harvesting their grilling planks: trees are only cut if they aren’t promoting a healthy forest ecosystem, and if cutting them will provide more light for lower-level plants. And aFire's charcoal is made from 100% fossil fuel-free coconut shells. You make sure your food is natural and sustainable, so why not apply the same principles to the way you grill?View Full Profile
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