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Unread 10-25-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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Going to try a little brisket on the wsm today and wanted to try the butcher paper wrap. I got some from my local store butcher and it has wax on one side can i use that or do I need unwaxed ?
Final question is at what temp does the paper catch fire, I do well enough burning food without help thank you very much.

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Unread 10-25-2013, 09:49 AM   #2
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No wax, that is freezer paper, you want unwaxed. It won't catch fire, it's never been an issue for me.
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Ok I'll let the kids color on this stuff and see if I can find some unwaxed. Thanks
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I just looked and this is what I got plus a dispenser.

http://www.pospaper.com/241000r.html

I use it for briskets, I use it under cutting boards when I season to help cleanup, kids use it to color on, etc. it's a lot of paper, but it's nice to have on hand.
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Parchment paper works too, if'n you can't find butcher paper locally.
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checked that site, thank you by the way. Is 24 wide enough as they have a 30 but it only comes in white. Why do you prefer the red ?

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I bought the waxed paper by accident and haven't have any issues with it.
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Parchment paper works too, if'n you can't find butcher paper locally.
But I thought parchment paper had wax (silicone)
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I use parchment paper also cuz Walmart has it but no butcher paper-- I had if stick to Brisket but it was on charred fat cap so no biggie.
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checked that site, thank you by the way. Is 24 wide enough as they have a 30 but it only comes in white. Why do you prefer the red ?

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Just in terms of storage 24" was all I could really get. But I've haven't had a problem with it being too small. And even if I did, you can overlap them and have almost double the width.
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This stuff I have with the wax on the one side, could I wrap the brisket on the paper side or would the wax cause some other unhealthy issue.
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I got my butcher paper at smart and final. I believe its 24 inches. I just overlap if I need to. About 15 bucks a roll.
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checked that site, thank you by the way. Is 24 wide enough as they have a 30 but it only comes in white. Why do you prefer the red ?

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It doesnt matter if the paper is white or red.. I use the white paper from Sams, it cost about $17
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