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Boneless Brisket

Boneless Brisket

$8.50/lb. Avg. 3.5 lb.
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Usually around 3 lbs, the brisket is a lean cut, so you'll wanna cook it slow and low. 

If you buy a commercial/industrial one of these puppies, it will already be injected with a brining solution, usually accounting for about 15% of the weight. 

Yes, you can put it in the crockpot.  

These are so popular we rarely have them in stock.  So if you're seeing this in our store - you're in luck.  
Grab it. 

You can let this defrost in the bottom of the fridge for weeks before you use it.  Some insist that 'wet ages' the brisket and is the key to making it tender. 

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Enjoy this piece of salad-bar beef!   Up to 25 lbs of wild-greens went into the making of a single pound of this beef.  

That's why it's so good for you and so different than grain-fed beef.