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Default Pastrami question (pron)

Smoking this today (roughly following Thirdeye's recipe)



I'll update pron as I go along.

Due to a change in schedule, I will not be slicing this today.
I'll wrap and refrigerate overnight and slice on Saturday.

After smoking, should I steam today, or should I steam just before I slice it?

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Steam the day you're going to slice it.
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Steam the day you're going to slice it.
^^^^^^^this^^^^^^^
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4.2 lbs (post trim, precook)
5 hours @ 225-250
165 IT +/-

I don't go by temp unless it is way off. I go by probe feel.
It went in smooth so I took it off.




I'll post more Sat after steaming and slicing.
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I don't think I could wait until Saturday
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There's no way I could wait Saturday!! That looks good!! Nice job!!
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cant wait to see the sammie you make from that.
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Also included is some Gouda and Havarti that I cold smoked a while back.



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Oh my. I'm in love with this post.
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I have to say in my 62 years that is the FIRST time I've seen sprouts on a pastrami sandwich. Very bold and innovative.
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Great looking pastrami and Sammie!
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I have to say in my 62 years that is the FIRST time I've seen sprouts on a pastrami sandwich. Very bold and innovative.
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The only reason I did it was that I used a farmhouse wheat bread (which was very good), but it did not have the strength of form that a hearty rye has so I added the sprouts to give a slight crunch. It worked fairly well. Many sharing the meal with me went without and had no complaints about the bread.
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Dang right that looks good!!
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You bastidge!

That looks awesome you farkin tease!!
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