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Kameeldoring ‘Camel Thorn’ or Namibian Hardwood is a low moisture, sun dried, hard and heavy Braai wood, which burns with an extremely long and hot temperature.
Kameeldoring burns with minimal flame, a musky aromatic fragrance and creates serious amounts of charcoal. This is a superb cooking wood, also perfect for fire pits and chimeras due to its minimal smoke!
- Delicate aroma and flavour
- Long Burning
- High Heat
- <2% moisture content
Swarthaak Braai Wood is a high-quality wood, perfect for use in grills and provides a unique, smoky flavour to grilled foods. It is easy to light and provides long-lasting heat, making it perfect for any occasion. Swarthaak Wood is a classic braai wood in South Africa and is mostly found in desert areas. There the wood is sun dried naturally, with a moisture content less than 2%. It has unique natural oils, and a fragrant resin that give great flavour to meat. The wood is typically dark and brown in colour.
Mopane braai wood is a popular choice for barbecue and grilling in Southern Africa, known for its exceptional qualities that make it ideal for outdoor cooking. Mopane (Colophospermum mopane) is a hardwood tree native to southern Africa. It is highly regarded for its dense and robust wood.
- Density: Mopane wood is renowned for its high density, which means it burns slowly and produces long-lasting, consistent heat. This quality is especially valuable for grilling and barbecuing.
- Flavour: When used for grilling, mopane braai wood imparts a distinct and savoury flavour to the food. It contributes to a unique, smoky taste that is favoured by many barbecue enthusiasts.
- Low Moisture Content: Mopane wood is typically seasoned and dried, resulting in low moisture content. This characteristic ensures easy ignition and a clean-burning fire, minimizing excessive smoke.
- Long-Lasting: Due to its slow burn rate, mopane braai wood can sustain a consistent cooking temperature for an extended period, making it suitable for slow-cooking meats and achieving that perfect smoky flavour.
- Aromatic: The wood emits a pleasant aroma when burned, enhancing the overall outdoor cooking experience.
- Availability: Mopane wood is readily available in regions where the mopane tree is native, primarily in southern Africa. It is commonly sold in various forms, such as logs, chunks, or chips, depending on the intended use.
- Versatile: Besides grilling and barbecuing, mopane braai wood can be used in other cooking methods like smoking and baking, making it a versatile choice for outdoor cooking enthusiasts.