A barbecue known as a gas grill is one that instead of using charcoal or wood to heat its cooking surface, it instead makes use of gas jets. Most gas grills are constructed from stainless steel and have a cart-like form. These grills are typically rather large, expensive, and difficult to transport.
Typically, either natural gas or liquid propane is utilized as the fuel source for these grills. Because natural gas grills need that you hook up your grill to the gas line in your house, you won't be able to move your barbecue around as readily as you would like to.
It becomes a portable grill when a propane tank is attached to it. Natural gas, on the other hand, has a lower environmental impact and is less expensive than propane.
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