Anyone know where I can get high quality Japanese style charcoal? I believe it's called Binchotan.
In restaurants I've seen it in it's raw form where you can see the wood grain and also in briquettes. The briquettes sometimes have a hole in the center.
I'd be interested in learning about both and any advantages/disadvantages if anyone has any knowledge to share...
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