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Unread 03-14-2013, 03:56 PM   #16
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Default Re: First HnF Brisket on my UDS

I start off fat side up and dont have any issues at all except theres no leftovers for sandwiches the next day.

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pro tip on full packer cooking. Always put the point closer to heat source, so it renders better. In an offset, that would be closest to firebox. In a UDS, that would mean placing point closest to middle of cooker and letting skinny end of flat hang at the cooler outer edge. In a reverse flow? Who knows? But I'd do a biscuit test or something to determine which end of the cooker is hottest, and position the point in that area.

I also agree that you should never bother probing the point, it will be great as long as the flat end is cooked right. It all boils down to "know your cooker", and ignore the point.
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