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Old 08-02-2014, 10:49 PM   #1
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When wrapping, should one use butcher paper or aluminum foil?
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Old 08-02-2014, 10:54 PM   #2
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It's a personal preference. BP continues to take on color. Some say foil keeps it more moist. Try both and see what you think.
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I agree with above. For me, the answer is when I wrap, I use BP. But, foil has it's supporters.
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I vote paper............ I feel a ninja poll has to be erected
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Paper will protect the bark because it breathes, foil tends to soften it. Paper for me.
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I like to wrap mine in White Bread .........
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I've had good success with foil, but I want to try paper, just to see the difference for myself.

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paper will protect the bark because it breathes, foil tends to soften it. Paper for me.
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Paper will protect the bark because it breathes, foil tends to soften it. Paper for me.
EXACTLY! Using neither will give you the best bark but with that said, paper is much less destructive than foil and will shorten the cooking time considerably. With foil you'd want to vent it when the brisket is resting because the meat will continue to steam-cook but with paper you can leave it wrapped because it breathes and will allow the IT of the meat to slowly come down.
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Paper will protect the bark because it breathes, foil tends to soften it. Paper for me.
I only wrap if the color of the bark dictates to me that I wrap. When I wrap I have used foil and paper in the past. Because I do not wrap by time or temperature, I haven't seen any difference in using foil or butchers paper. This is because my brisket is typically wrapped for about an hour or less typically, if I even decide to wrap. I cook hot and fast also, so my brisket doesn't look like a meteorite if I decide to go nekkid.
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You can use either those in the know choose paper
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