How Hot Does Charcoal Burn?


The name brand charcoals we use at cook outs is designed to burn between two hundred and four hundred degrees fahrenheit. This is the ideal temperature range for cooking raw meat. Other charcoals can burn many times hotter.
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It really depends on what kind brand your using. Most charcoal burns anywhere from 200-400 degrees F although some charcoal can burn over 1000 degrees.
The temperature that charcoal burns depends on the type of charcoal and the amount of
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