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  • nealglover
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    Pull the string. No need for a knife.

    Unless of course you are a violent fantasist 😉

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    aren’t you supposed yank aggresively on the thread and tear the top from the bag in a manly way?

    you can resort to impliments if you need to though 😉

    meehaja
    Member

    I like to create a neat chute so I can pour and store! (before cooking in a stone sink with the back of a fridge as a grill!)

    meehaja
    Member

    Why are charcoal bags sewn shut? Is this a ploy to make me feel doubly manly by cooking with fire and using a knife as a legitimate tool or is there a more sensible reason?

    wobbliscott
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    There aretwo reasons i can think of as to whythey’re sewn shut. either becausr it isn’t very sensible to use hot glue to seal a paper bag full of flammable charcole not to mention the glue wouldn’t work due to charcole dust preventing the bag to glue together. Other than that seems like a great excuse to get a few mates to gather round with beer to discuss!

    daftvader
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    Use a knife…. grrrrr man!

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    TuckerUK
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    Bags of animal feed are also sewn closed. Cheapest most reliable method of sealing paper derived bags perhaps?

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    It’s a very strong method of sealing the bag, which is ideal if you have a lot of weight in there eg animal feed and 25kg bags. It’s also probably pretty cheap to automate.

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