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Corned beef a good place to start for a new guy?

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I was looking at the cheaper beefs to get started with in case I screw things up.  I see corned beef is around $3.50 / lb.  Is this any good smoked.  I found some threads and the results looked good.  I was just curious if it easy to do for a new guy.  Thanks.

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Hello.  Smoked corned beef is pastrami.

Danny

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If you start with a store bought corned beef, skip down to the rub and smoking steps.... This recipe of Joel's make great 'strami.....

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/130756/pastrami-again-bride-said-we-were-out-update-and-when-and-how-to-steam-it
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If you buy a store bought corned beef, you should soak it to remove the salt before smoking it.

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Ok thanks.  Yeah I see they have some London broil too for like $3.50 / lb.  Perhaps I will give that a shot.  TY.

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