Originally Posted by Reels
They may have worked fine. A few things to consider.
There is a reason that the cooking pellets cost significantly more, and there is much debate by some trying to save $15 bucks a bag. (Google heating pellets verses cooking pellets.) I understand that. However heating pellets are not made with food grade dies, lubricants to get them through the dies, holding bins, etc. Risking the health of family and friends does not seem worth saving a few bucks for me.
On another note, welcome to walleye central!
This says it all. Lot of great info here about the myths of wood pellets. http://seriousbirder.com/blogs/what-...-wood-pellets/