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If you think about what the turkey fryer is meant to do, heat up a few gallons of oil to around 300° F, then you should reach the conclusion that it will be fine for boiling water. In a nutshell: 30,000 to 50,000 BTUs will heat up your five gallons with ease. A.J. deLange over at the Homebrew Digest #5092 Temperature shifts in water are very easily ...


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The #1 issue with propane cookers is that the BTU ratings aren't always accurate. I talked with a heating engineer once about this. Apparently, there are no solid industry standards when rating propane cookers. A BTU is a BTU true, but the way you measure it can take different forms. So when looking at burners you can't really compare between ...



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