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Unread 06-19-2013, 07:24 AM   #1
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Default So a fresh Brisket

As an earlier post stated its hard to find meat in Finland, I acquired a brisket about 6lbs so not very big. But it is fresh (about 8 days from kill) not aged and I am expected to smoke it this weekend. My question is how can i get better tenderness since it is so fresh?


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I'm guessing the same way you would do a regular brisket... with similiar results..
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I have never cooked meat that fresh before but this might give you some insight - at least a place to start:

http://lifehacker.com/5865849/dry+ag...e+quality-meat
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Freeze it the ice crystals that form will help tenderize it by causing microscopic cuts in the muscle fibres of you can inject it with a weak papaya juice solution the night before cooking.
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Just cook it.
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Do you mind me asking how much was the price / kg for it?
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