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    Is the meat supposed to turn pink after the 2 day brine or after it is cooked?

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    Eric the meat will be red on the inside after it is cooked.

    I am surprised by Steves results though. I would not expect a brisket to be cured (as in turn red after cooked, not talking about with the salt which would happen while it is dry curing) after two days with one once of prague powder. I am not an expert though!

    I can vouch for Seans original recipe as a winner, maybe try them both!

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    Greetings All,

    I obtained a nice 5lb trimmed flat and made some MSM last month, using my old recipe. Equilibrium flavor brine cure 9 days (no pump this time as the flat was 2" at most), made a saltless rub for it then rubbed and smoked under 200ºF for about 9 hours to 145ºF internal.

    Turned out really tasty, but got a little over-cured, would have been better if removed from brine by day 5 I think. I used the Weber Bullet for this one, I wanted a nice heavy smoke and that is much easier to do sub 200ºF than in the keg.

    Ate most of it cold, super thin sliced, but also steamed a chunk for 3 hours for the full effect. Rye bread and cheap yellow mustard FTW





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    Just to clarify (in my mind): you used the same brine as in post 1 but did not inject?
    So many recipes, so little time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Dennis View Post
    Just to clarify (in my mind): you used the same brine as in post 1 but did not inject?
    ya, I think it's a little faster like if I had this might have been done in as little as 3 days, and I think it's pretty much required for over 2" thick

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    Tks Shawn.
    So many recipes, so little time
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