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    Can temp rise while in the stall?

    Hi all,

    Have my first brisket going and I'm not sure if I'm still in the stall or pushing out? I stalled at 158 or so around 3 hours in (the drop in the graph was probe adjustment), but now I'm climbing up but I think it has went up 2.5 degrees in an hour? That sounds pretty obvious now typing it out but just looking for clarification.


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    When in the stall the meat temp rises slowly as you described. When the rate of temp rise increases you're out of the stall.
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    You will be fine, just be patient.
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