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Last week I bought Alpha Grillers 18" bristle free grill brush off Amazon for $17. Buy it. Super sturdy and well built, works like a machine. You get the grill really hot, dip it in water, and scrub. Seriously kick ass.
I bought a Kona Safe on Saturday but haven't had a chance to use it yet. Works the same with water and heat. I paid 19 so I'm either a baller or sucker.
 

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I bought a Kona Safe on Saturday but haven't had a chance to use it yet. Works the same with water and heat. I paid 19 so I'm either a baller or sucker.
Now even more decisions... im in the market for a day to day grill brush. I do love my grill stone but not practical for daily use.
 

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Now even more decisions... im in the market for a day to day grill brush. I do love my grill stone but not practical for daily use.
FYI if you are cheap like me, buy them from a restaurant supply. You get a giant brick for like $3. It’s probably 4-5x the size they sell to consumers.

 

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OM, where do you get your demi or do you make it?
 

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Has anyone ever tried this pork belly from d’artagnan? It has me curious but wondering if there is any possible way it worth the price. My butcher charges me 3 bucks a pound.

 

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Has anyone ever tried this pork belly from d’artagnan? It has me curious but wondering if there is any possible way it worth the price. My butcher charges me 3 bucks a pound.

I have wondered about "high-end" pork as well. SNR sells Kurobuta Pork, which is about twice the price of that d’artagnan belly. I'm tempted to try.
 

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I have wondered about "high-end" pork as well. SNR sells Kurobuta Pork, which is about twice the price of that d’artagnan belly. I'm tempted to try.
D’artagnan has the korubata as well.

 

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SNR korubata appears to be skinless, which for me is a non-starter.
 

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I've read of some people using it and they think it's incredible. That's just second hand info though.
 

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Those videos of them creating a hard crust on pork belly make it look like a fucking delicious delicacy.
 

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