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Unread 09-04-2010, 11:55 PM   #1
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Decided to give butcherbbq brisket injection a try. Mixed it up like it said in the instructions. What i was wondering is how long before you throw it on the smoker do you inject it?
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Anytime will work, but 30 minutes to 8 hours is best. If you just want to add moisture, inject at least 30 minutes before cooking. Make sure you inject from the "top" of the meat as you are cooking it. For example, if you are one to cook it fat side down, inject from the non-fat side. If you cook from the fat side up, inject from the fat side.

If you are imparting spice/herb flavor into the brisket, inject 4 to 8 hours before cooking.
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Only thing i am using is the butcherbbq stuff
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Only thing i am using is the butcherbbq stuff
No more than 8 hours before cook time.

Ideally, inject it, let it sit in ice for no more than 7 hours, rub it, cook it.
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At least 30 minutes but I think 3-4 hours is better. Also, I've found mixing it about half as strong as the package directions works better (you get the flavor enhancement and extra juiciness without the "tang") because this stuff is strong!

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