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Unread 04-24-2014, 07:56 AM   #1
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Default Brisket Wagyu vs. standard help!

When cooking wagyu compared to your standard packer, do you need to adjust any part of your cook? Temp, time, marinade methods? I have come across a few things that have said wagyu cooks a little differently but these were more on cooking websites not necessarily talking about smoking them.
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When cooking wagyu compared to your standard packer, do you need to adjust any part of your cook? Temp, time, marinade methods? I have come across a few things that have said wagyu cooks a little differently but these were more on cooking websites not necessarily talking about smoking them.
It will cook a little faster, and once it comes out of the stall it will pick up speed quicker than choice grade etc... You've got a smaller window in which to pull it to keep from overcooking.

The flavor, in general, is a little richer due to the increased fat content. Just pay a little more attention to your first one and you should be good.
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