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Unread 09-29-2013, 03:40 PM   #1
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Default Help Boneless pork loin roast

I have a 3 lb boneless pork loin. When I took the netting off, there was 2 thin pieces. I kept them together rubbed and am smoking at 275 now. I am at about 130 degrees now. What should I do. There was some fat throughout, should I take off at 145 rest and try to slice or take it higher and try to pull. Thanks for the help.
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Slice it! Its been my experience that loins don't "pull" or shred. Pull it at about 140, let it rest under a tent of foil and slice it.
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Yep you can pull it @ 140-145, let it rest and slice er up
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