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For anyone who doesn't already know:

Animal fat is flammable. Experienced barbecuers will tell you it's not uncommon for a barbecue fires to grow larger the longer fatty meats are cooked over them. What could be only a few small embers can grow into a adequate heat source even before the meat is fully cooked. In fact, putting foods into fires and timing how long it takes for the food to become completely burnt is one of the ways researchers determine how many calories are in the food. Even the earliest of settlers knew of animal fat's flammable values and used it to stay warm and keep fires going.

What that means to this mod:

In case it wasn't obvious by now, this mod will slightly increase a fire's lifespan when meat is cooked over it. And, well, that's it. Pretty nifty, huh? A small, simple mechanic that I always felt should have been in the game.

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