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Old 01-04-2014, 12:02 AM   #5
dozer996
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Originally Posted by Pyle's BBQ View Post
How does dry aging help brisket? I would think you need the moisture in the meat to break down the connective tissue. I have no idea what you would do with this piece of meat. I have heard of wet aging a brisket, but not dry aging.
I don't know, I went in and that is all he had...he said Christmas and New Years wiped him out. He dry ages the whole carcass for 3/4 weeks.

Now that you both bring it up, the Dry Aged technique is great for grilling steaks but how will it end up smoking the meat, I don't know but will find out.

I'm going to try Marty's technique tomorrow.
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