A kamado is a charcoal grill but made from ceramics. The history of kamado dates back to 3000 years ago in Asia.
1. Allow ceramics to cool completely before cleaning and indoor storage.2. Wipe off food material with a brush and store inside in a dry place.
CARE & MAINTENANCEYour Kamado Grill is made of quality materials, so general care and maintenance is minimal. The best way to protect your Kamado from the elements is with a Grill Cover.
Occasionally, you will need to remove the ashes underneath the fire box.If there is partially used charcoal in the grill, stir the charcoal using the ash tool so any ash in the fire box will drop down.
If you operate your grill, then deprive the fire of oxygen by closing the top and bottom air vents, a sudden surge of flame called a “flashback*’ can occur if you suddenly open the dome of the grill.
For "low and slow* temperatures like 225°F start with a very small fire in one area of the charcoal.2. Close the dome and allow the temperature to come up slowly with the lower vent door open 5cm and the top vent daisy wheel holes fully open.3. This method may take 30-45 minutes to reach your targe