This is a familiar scenario: you light up the grill, get cooking, eat the fruits of your labor, then clean up every trace of your barbecuing once you’re finished—except maybe the hot charcoal, which usually gets dumped right before the next cookout.

But instead of tossing every piece of that barely-used charcoal every time you start the grill again, Cooks Illustrated suggests using those coals one more time. Even though they’ve been burned once, they’ll reignite a second time. So it’s a big waste of money if you’re throwing them away after one use.

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