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Brisket Temp Check #8024580 10/26/20 08:06 PM
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With a digital thermometer, where do you probe and at what temp do you consider done and ready to rest unwrapped?


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Re: Brisket Temp Check [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8024582 10/26/20 08:08 PM
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I probe it pretty much in between the flat and point, once it hits 195 I begin to probe to see if it begins to slide in like butter.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
I probe it pretty much in between the flat and point, once it hits 195 I begin to probe to see if it begins to slide in like butter.

Thanks. Last one I overcooked a bit, was ok but not my best effort.


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