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Gas vs. Charcoal

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Planning for fire up the grill this weekend? Before you do, you%uFFFDmight want to check out this piece that ran last weekend on NPR --- concerning the carbon footprint of gas grills versus charcoal. The results might suprise you. Click here to get the story.