Henry and I have both been trying the Blaschak, and I don't see much
difference other than maybe less ash...
But not like night and day... but it is less.
I think if you try some next time, that will be another good test/opinion
for our "data bank"!
The Blaschak seems to be more uniform in size (been using nut)
than the Kimmel, less 'grainy' stuff. Same to little less dust.
But that is a product of bagging and transporting.
I just got 6 bags of stove to try...
He's trying it in the shop.
Oh, and just for the record, I called several coal places Friday in NH, and he is the lowest.
One place was 370!! he is trying to hold at 289/299 as long as he can.
His cost has gone up.. both coal, and shipping..