Before cooking the first batch of food in your new Traeger, you will need to season your grill. This simple, one-time initial firing process will burn off any residual, non-toxic oils from the manufacturing process and help create non-stick surfaces so that you get the most out of your Traeger Wood Pellet Grill.
Wondering how long this takes?
A WiFIRE grill will take about one and a half hours, while a non-connected grill will take roughly an hour.
Let's start by looking at how to season a WiFIRE grill. Scroll past these first steps to learn how to season a non-connected grill.
*These steps can be done also from the app!
Now that you’ve finished seasoning your grill, get ready to create mouthwatering brisket, fall-off-the-bone baby-back ribs, and juicy pulled pork.
Your grill seasoning is now complete and you are ready to start grilling.
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