Originally Posted by MilitantSquatter
Experiment for yourself just once, so at least you'll never wonder any longer.
Experimenting through your own trial & error is part of the fun a great way to learn.
Totally agree with this. I think I even posed the same question a while back and then just took the dive and messed around with both methods. I haven't done a ton of hot and fast for brisket, but I love hot and fast for pulled pork at home and is my go to way of cooking for butts. Only takes 6-7hrs cooking 300-325.
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