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Old 06-17-2018, 03:05 PM   #391
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Old 06-17-2018, 03:09 PM   #392
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I have seen this tutorial before. I found it again when I got the WSM and read thru it before doing my first (And only, so far) brisket. I have it bookmarked and will refer to it again.

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Either too long, or you used a dull knife, or a serrated knife that pulled it apart.
Regardless, how's it taste?
Since it's shredded, you can always use it for Brisket nachos, Brisket Tacos, pulled beef sammies.... the list goes on.
Maybe you cut it at the wrong angle? I've had to happen too and it falls apart.
It probably was the knife. Everything tasted great. I'm calling it a success and I'm going to buy a new knife just for brisket.
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It probably was the knife. Everything tasted great. I'm calling it a success and I'm going to buy a new knife just for brisket.


Or... you could just sharpen the knife. Pretty much any knife will slice meat if it’s sharp enough.

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Could be the meat, could have sliced wrong, could be dull knife....
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Old 06-17-2018, 05:49 PM   #396
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Or... you could just sharpen the knife. Pretty much any knife will slice meat if it’s sharp enough.

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I sliced it with a razor sharp fillet knife so I know it was sharp enough. I sharpen them to butcher my own deer since I was a kid. The meat just didn't hold together at all. I tried three different knives until I settled on the fillet knife. Knives that aren't sharp are dangerous and have no place in my kitchen. The meat literally fell apart and I just pulled the point away by hand.
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