I inject brisket flats with low sodium beef broth, then rub them with SPOG.
I cook them in an aluminum pan until the IT is about 140F, then I foil the pan.
I cook them to an IT of 190F then start probe testing them.
When I feel it is done, I let the flat rest for about an hour before cutting.
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