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Forest friendly BBQ's ?

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I realise the Forum benefits from the income from advertising but as a new member I've just logged on and been confronted with an Ad from Zip, the firelighter people, for what they call a Forest Friendly instant barbecue (in a foil dish)....friendly because it uses coconut instead of charcoal. With all the fire damage being done to woodland, moorland and heath in the last 12 months are they having a laugh?


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They mean it’s forest friendly in as much as trees are not cut down to make charcoal.

they are not saying it’s suitable to use in woodland areas!

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