How Indirect Heating Sources Can Help Decrease Your Energy Bill

 While cooking, you can use both direct and indirect heat to prepare food. Direct heat involves cooking the food directly over the heat source, such as a piece of meat directly on a grill. Cooking with indirect heat means the food is still on or near the stove or grill. However, it heats in an area that is not directly in contact with the flame. Think of a rotisserie chicken rotating over a flame or potatoes wrapped in foil and placed next to a campfire’s hot coals as examples of indirect . . .

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