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Unread 08-23-2013, 03:07 PM   #1
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Default Injecting a Pork Butt with Bacon Grease

Ok so I was thinking how much I love bacon and pulled pork. So I thought what would happen if I injected my butt with bacon grease? Do any of your think it would work or would the grease have issues and taste gross? Thoughts?
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Never done it myself, I would think if it was filtered it might be ok. I dont think it would benefit from miusture but maybe a different flavor.Hopefully somebody will chime in who has done it.
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couldn't you do it with butter? I know it's not the save flavor profile, but it's greasy'/juicy nonetheless. I agree with Garrett, filter the grease
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Butter would taste good. My goal is to try and add another flavor profile of delicious bacon to the meat without having actual bacon in it.
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I like the thinking outside the box, but in my opinion, injecting grease into a pork butt sounds kinda gross. Plus you have plenty of fat in there already. What makes a pork butt juicy is the breakdown of collagen into gelatin. That bacon grease isn't going to break down any further. If you want a bacon flavor profile, perhaps add "Bacon Salt" to your rub instead of kosher or seasoned salt. It is commercially available in your supermarket, or here: http://www.baconsalt.com/
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I say just give it a try. I don't think it would ruin it. If do it please let us know your process good or bad.
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Puke........ Ill stick with Apple Juice with rub mixed in........
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always worth a shot, shoulders are cheap enough to experiment with. I don't see it being bad, but you'll definitely want something catching the drippings, going to be massive amounts of grease.
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You could pour a little bacon grease into a bit of pulled pork, mix it in, and see what you think before you try it on a whole butt.
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You could pour a little bacon grease into a bit of pulled pork, mix it in, and see what you think before you try it on a whole butt.
this i've gotta disagree with. Injecting pre cook and letting the grease weep out is way different than adding straight bacon grease to a finished product.
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I've brushed bacon drippings on ribs before smoking with good luck. Added a nice flavor. I've not tried injecting though.
Good luck if you try it and let us know how it goes please.
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Just do it and let us know.
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this i've gotta disagree with. Injecting pre cook and letting the grease weep out is way different than adding straight bacon grease to a finished product.
lol. O.K.
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