I bought a little spring loaded diet scale at Target. I think it cost $4.99. Woods of different density have different weights for the same dimensional size. For example hickory is a denser wood than alder, and if you had chunks of the same outer dimensions, the hickory would weigh more than the alder. I depend on the scale most of the time. But after awhile, you get pretty good at estimating the weight of a chunk without having to put it on the scale. I use a hammer and wood chisel to break the big pieces into smaller ones when all I need is an ounce or 2 and all I have are big chunks.
As you can tell by the fine cooks above, it doesn't take long cooking with these CS before you start realizing that you can control the variables to a minimum.
The amount of wood you use, if keeping good notes on your own cooks, will be relevant to what you are accustom to using...ie, I think of a oz of wood as the size of a golf ball, so if I need/want two oz's I find one twice the size of a golf ball. It seems to work for me, but I'm pretty sure the fine cooks above, never have to guess like I do, oh well!
Weight is a measure of the gravitational pull between two objects ... the moon has 5/6 of the gravitational pull as earth so 1 oz of hickory would weigh 1/6 of an oz on the moom ....Although if you were to weigh 1 oz of hickory on the Moon it would weigh 6 oz on earth. I think I got that right ...
Ignore them. They're spammers, noticed we've been starting to get quite a few more forum spam postings recently. I'm actually surprised this one came back a second time. Almost all the posts that have a link in their signature are spam, most point to websites in NZ.
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