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Unread 06-20-2010, 09:34 PM   #16
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Would there be any problem with just taking it to 200/205 and dispensing with the probing?? or do they sometimes need go higher than that?

Im a caveman and really have no perception of difference between soft butter and granite
The temperature is not the important variable here. The probe tenderness is the only thing that matters. Hope it all works out for you bro! Keep us posted.
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couldnt wait any longer probe temp in point was 200, and went in really easy.....
probe temp in flat was about 196 and didnt go in as easy....
but i took it off wrapped in towel and put in cooker for hour and half anyway....came out really juicy and tender
Was pretty happy with the results

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