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Gas Grills Information

Gas grills primarily use ether liquid-propane (LP) or natural gas (NG) as their fuel source. Gas grills are available in many different sizes ranging from small, single steak grills up to large & industrial. Gas grills require professional set-up and, sometimes installation, due to more parts and maintenance then traditional Charcoal.
Typical Gas Grill consists of:
  • Gas source

  • Hoses

  • Valve regulators

  • Burners

  • Starter

  • Cooking surface

  • Grill body

  • Grill hood

  • Pros Gas Grills

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    Prep and Cook time

    It takes up to 10 minutes to heat up gas grill to appropriate cooking temperature and requires almost no supervision while cooking

    Cooking space

    : Gas grills provide larger cooking space, which makes it more convenient to cook for larger families and parties

    Cons Gas Grills

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    Flavor

    : Food doesn’t gets infused with wood and smoke and, if not marinated, sometimes may taste a little bland

    Cost

    : Sometime you may spend over $1000 for a good gas grill

    Storing space

    : Gas grills are not as compacts and require more space to store

    Temperature

    : It is hard to maintain 225-250 degrees of constant heat throughout cooking time