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Hi The last one was CAB brisket/packer. Should be good for the money?
Dan
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All of the briskets I have done, have done fairly well. My main focus to keep it moist, is to limit any puncturing, wait until the last minute to slice, and mist it with a juice throughout the cook to help seal the juices/moisture in.

 

I would also wonder if when you wrapped it with the beef broth if the broth was high in salt? If so, I would assume that the salt may encourage more moisture to be drawn out from the meat, especially the flat since it trend s to be thinner and expose more of it's meat.

 

I am no expert on brisket by any means, but this has worked well for me thus far.
 

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Originally Posted by DanBono View Post

Hi The last one was CAB brisket/packer. Should be good for the money?
Dan

 

Yup.. CAB is choice.

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