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Inject or not? - Pigout - 05-23-2012 06:05 AM
I've never used injections...question?..inject or not, is it just a personal preference? I am still new so I thought I would ask. If so pork butts...brisket? Different kinds of injections for different meats. So many choices so little time...just wondering...Yes I'm letting everyone know I'm still a rookie.
RE: Inject or not? - HDBBQ - 05-23-2012 08:31 AM
I dunno I think it's a personal thing. I inject my brisket and butts have a different one for each. But again that is just me
RE: Inject or not? - Smokin Flyers - 05-23-2012 08:42 AM
I agree with HDBBQ it's a personal thing but I also inject both
RE: Inject or not? - Member closed account! - 05-23-2012 09:29 AM
Usually when I am cooking butts and briskets I'm practicing. Injecting or a simple brine soak works great for butts. Briskets don't soak well they really need to be injected. There are some great injections out on the market or you can make your own. You should try it and see if it's something that you like.
RE: Inject or not? - in2dfire - 05-23-2012 07:00 PM
I don't inject. . Except for Turkey whether I brine it and smoke it or just deep fry it. . I would agree its a preference type thing but I would think low and slow don't inject. . Hot and fast inject. . . Just my two cents. . Good luck Bro!!