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Deboning Brisket

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  • holehogg
    Club Member
    • Nov 2017
    • 2579
    • Port Elizabeth, South Africa

    Deboning Brisket

    Deboning a brisket was a lot easier than I imagined and did not take as long as I thought it would. It doesn’t work out cheaper than buying deboned but the big plus is that the final product is far better than 90% of the cuts I’ve bought. I can only imagine not much care or respect is taken when the butchers have worked the meat. I will from now on be deboning my briskets.

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    • Jun 2014
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    • East Texas
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    Is that grass-fed, like 100% only grass-fed, not one grain entered that cow's mouth ever??

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    • Ahumadora
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      • Oct 2015
      • 2170
      • Warkworth, New Zealand

      #3
      Normally a brisket is separated from the rib cage and does not contain bones. If the animal is hanging you can pretty much rip the brisket off by and just need a few small cuts.

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      • jerrybell
        Charter Member
        • Aug 2014
        • 392

        #4
        What is better about it?

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        • Jerod Broussard
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          Where he is at apparently they butcher it up pretty good removing from the sternum.
      • Santamarina
        Club Member
        • Aug 2018
        • 947
        • Wildomar, CA

        #5
        I buy my brisket from Costco. They always have beautiful USDA Prime brisket for less than $4/lb.

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        • marc82much
          Former Member
          • Jun 2018
          • 21
          • Saint Louis, MO

          #6
          Originally posted by Santamarina View Post
          I buy my brisket from Costco. They always have beautiful USDA Prime brisket for less than $4/lb.
          Me too. No bones.

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          • EdF
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            Different countries is all.

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