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The low, constant temperature balanced the hydrolysis of collagen into gelatin with keeping the other meat proteins from over coagulating. Based on a cursory search on the internet, hydrolysis of collagen into gelatin begins at roughly 140°F, although it really gets going at 160°-180°F. Had the cook left the brisket in for longer, it probably would have ...


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