Originally Posted by bigabyte
How do you think it stays in the can?
In the interest of full disclosure however, this particular roast just didn't taste as good as brisket in my opinion. This was the same with landarc's tri-tip cooked like a brisket, and with my brisket cooked like a tri-tip. So this might be a common theme, and the only thing that tastes as good as brisket when it is cooked like brisket is brisket. Go figure!
There is a reason that we cook things the way that we do. Yes, you can cook them differently and still get good results, sometimes even great results, but in general I have found that we cook things the way we do because that is optimal, or at least a local optimization. Lots of people experiment, but the best methods are copied the most.
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