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Korean BBQ

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    When cooking a brisket, it’s important to monitor its internal temperature for the best results. To check the brisket temperature, insert a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the meat without touching the bone. This will give you an accurate reading of the brisket’s doneness. Remember to check the temperature in multiple spots to ensure the entire brisket is cooked evenly. Once the brisket reaches an internal temperature of around 195°F to 205°F, it is usually ready to be removed from the heat source and allowed to rest before slicing and serving. So, remember to use a meat thermometer and check the brisket’s temperature in the thickest part to ensure it is cooked to perfection.


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