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Yes I wrap my ribs and not afraid to admit it

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  • Huskee
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    #16
    I never wrap but that's because I like 'em how I like 'em, we should all make them how we like them!

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    • Darchie03
      Club Member
      • Feb 2016
      • 229
      • In the desert of southern AZ. about 8 miles from a small town.
      • From the old troll, Dave

      #17
      When do you wrap if you do?
      Thanks, Dave

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      • customtrim
        customtrim commented
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        Cook 3 hours then wrap for two then uncover and cook till done
    • MeatMonster
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      #18
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      • Troutman
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        #19
        Comme ci comme ca

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        • Bigjamoke
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          • Apr 2018
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          #20
          Is there a stigma around wrapping? I wrap pretty much every time and been pretty happy with how the ribs go.

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          • customtrim
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            That's all that matters
        • tRidiot
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          • Dec 2015
          • 768
          • NE OK
          • Traeger BBQ124
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            Chargriller Duo gas/charcoal side-by side

          #21
          I leave mine uncovered and unmolested, usually for 4 hours or so, then wrap when I pull them off for 5-15 minutes before cutting. If I go much beyond 4 hours, they're usually falling apart so badly I can't really even cut them. I've never understood the 3-2-1 method... mine would be total mush if I did that, I think.

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          • customtrim
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            I do st Louis cut only and cook at 225, a few times but not many after 6 hours not quite done
        • FireMan
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          • Jul 2015
          • 8518
          • Bottom of Winnebago

          #22
          I do mostly spares, sometimes St.Louie, sometimes not. Never wap cuz of preference, also after thinking about it, it’s one more thing to do, so I don’t. I like to think I’m more efficient & a conservationist of effort, ya know the L word.

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          • Huskee
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            Conservation of effort, I like that.

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