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    Injecting brisket

    When do I inject my brisket, before or after dry brining?

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    After

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      #3
      The morning that I am going to start smoking it?

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        #4
        Inject with a salty solution the night before. Don't dry brine, you'll add too much salt.

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          #5
          What Jerod said, especially with Butcher's BBQ Brisket Injection, which is quite salty but delicious.

          That said, if I use my own low-sodium homemade beef broth, I dry brine overnight then inject not long before putting it in the smoker.

          Kathryn

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            Murdy , I use homemade beef broth to which I have added some of Butcher's BBQ phosphate, which is their secret moisture-retaining ingredient. It's in their Brisket and also in their Prime Brisket Injection/Marinades. But because those marinades both contain so much salt, I prefer to add the phosphate myself to my own beef broth. Here's the link to the phosphate alone: https://www.butcherbbq.com/product-page/bbq-phosphate

            HTH,
            Kathryn

          • LibertyJayHawk
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            Kathryn,
            How much phosphate do you add?
            Thanks for the insight

          • fzxdoc
            fzxdoc commented
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            LibertyJayHawk , I mix 1/4 cup Butcher's BBQ phosphate to 2 cups beef broth. I seldom use the whole 2 cups though. Usually a cup or a little more is plenty.

            Kathryn

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          fzxdoc Thanks, I'll check out that phosphate stuff. I'm supposed to reduce salt for medical reasons.

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