if you buy a full brisket be prepared to trim a lot of fat.HelloNanaimo wrote: ↑ Quite possibly the most ludicrous post of 2022, congrats. Not an easy feat on this site. Brisket is a cut from the breast area below the neck. It is quite low in fat at 20%, which is why you have to cook it low and slow to break up the connective tissue.
Now, tell us how the Earth is flat.
However it is pretty ******** to tell someone to buy a t-bone instead of a brisket.