Some Barbecue joints remove some of the fat first before smoking for easier prepping and slicing and before serving their customers. Buy yourself a whole beef brisket and then trim it up for a “low and slow” barbecue on your grill or smoker. It will save you some money, and it’s easy to do, as demonstrated by one of the BBQ Pit Boys!
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