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Unread 02-11-2013, 07:41 AM   #17
BayoustateBBQ
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Thanks everyone. It was just a typical store bought packaged 14 pound brisket. It did have a lot of hard fat on it which I cut off leaving about 1/4 of fat. it had some decent marbling in it but certainly not even close to wagu. Smoke flavor was perfect.I used a combo of pecan and applewood. As far as texture you could pick up a piece with tongs and it wouldn't break in half but you could take a bite out without resistance. Perfect moisture content. Probably one of the best pieces i've done
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