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Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews
Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews

Brisket Flat

| (1) 3 lb. brisket
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Smoker
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Beef
Brisket requires long, slow cooks to break down the connective tissue and achieve the perfect fork-brittle tenderness they're famous for. Cook on a smoker or braise in liquid in the oven. If smoking, let the brisket rest for up to an hour before slicing and serving.

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Brisket is its own primal, located in the lower chest area of the cattle between the chuck and the shank. The brisket does a lot of heavy lifting on the animal, so it needs to be cooked slowly – it’s ideal for smoking or braising – in order to break down the fascia and become tenderized. But once it does, the result is other-worldy – flaky, tender and packed with bold, beefy flavor.

Grass-Fed, Grain Finished

Grass-Fed, Grain Finished

In the American heartland, our Black Angus cattle are pastured in large open fields and fed a 100% vegetarian diet. They’re grain-finished on high-moisture corn for 120 days, creating fantastic marbling and tender, flavorful beef. Like all of our products, it’s antibiotic, steroid, and hormone-free. Our cattle are certified by the USDA as raised and fed through operations that provide a low-stress environment, with facilities designed by world-renowned animal care experts, and prioritize delivering access to fresh, clean water, adequate shade and shelter.

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Reviewed by Joel G.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great pre-trimmed brisket.

I really liked the brisket. I injected it with a beef broth and my own spice mix. I smoked it at about 225 for 8-9 hours. I crutched the brisket at about 150 degrees Fahrenheit and cooked the meat to 203 degrees Fahrenheit. I used 3 parts apple wood to 1 part each of hickory, oak, maple and mesquite. My aluminum foil broke during cooking and I lost a lot of juices. Unfortunately, this meant my brisket turned out a slight bit drier then I would have liked. The flavor profile turned out perfect though, and every one was very happy.

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Reviewed by Lucie M.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great quality

Love the product - would recommend it to anyone. Unfortunately we cannot buy it very often as on very limited income.

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Rated 3 out of 5

Good but did not really stand out

First off, it was an odd cut. Instead of an entire flat or entire point, this cut was a piece of both and only around 3 pounds. I do lots of briskets and the finished product was good but no better than a brisket I can buy locally for less.

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