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Unread 01-14-2010, 10:25 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jack040806 View Post
I'm hoping to be able to pull out somewhat of a salty beefy smoky flavor throughout. What I have been ending up with lately is a really good flavor on the outside but the inside tastes like a very bland pot roast. I know this isn't the worst thing ever, I have eaten every last bit of all three briskets. I just figured if anyone knew how to pull out more of that flavor throughout the whole of the meat it would be incredibly helpful.
Taka a read through Barbefunkoramaque's brisket threads...

Beyond the funk, there's a ton of quality information regarding the importance of salt as a carrier of flavor and the need to pay attention to ratios

I believe he got it right.
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