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    Snake River Farms Brisket

    Looks tasty!
    This is the first time ive seen parchment used to wrap and towel. Why parchment over foil?

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    Some of the guys on another forum I moderate have been using it for a while. A bunch of Texas Que joints wrap theirs in parchment as well so I grabbed some the other day and it worked out nice. I think it breathes a bit better than foil because I did not lose my bark after a two hour hold. I did use a large blanket wrapped around the parchment wrapped brisket and it was still very hot when I went to slice.

    Here is a clip I got from a chow site:

    Parchment Paper
    This disposable paper is coated in silicone and is often produced with mainly vegetable or biodegradable fibers. Parchment paper acts like Teflon, it’s reusable, and it’s oven and freezer safe.
    Do:
    Line cookie sheets and cake pans with parchment paper instead of using chemical sprays, butter or other types of cooking “grease” for non-stick methods of baking
    Use to wrap fish, vegetables and more for easy steaming
    Layer between slices of meat or dough for convenient storage
    Use it in the oven, microwave, refrigerator and freezer
    Don’t:
    Throw it away after one use. Most of the time, parchment can be wiped off and reused until it literally falls apart, making it more environmentally friendly and versatile than wax paper.
    For an even more durable product, try a silicone baking mat.

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    Looks fantastic smokeasaurus. Pretty sure SRF is a wagyu-black angus cross. If it was kobe it would be ~ $200/lb
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    if you notice with parchment on a cookie sheet the butter gets through....same with the brisket ''This is an extention of the butcher paper I have usd this is comp a few times

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    Snake River Farms Brisket

    Never too old to learn new tricks!
    Ive always tossed parchment after one use. Ill have to look into this further.

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