You can use this food-grade paper for smoking, serving, wrapping, storing, for arts and crafts and even as birdcage liner - Made USA Proud!
This may be due to technique. There are so many ways to smoke a brisket that it’s hard to guess what you may be doing to cause this. It’s recommended to trim the fat well before seasoning it. Then get your smoker up to your preferred temperature before you put the brisket in. Then keep that temperature consistent until you get the internal temperature of the brisket up to between 160* to 175*. Then take it out, wrap it in a few layers of paper, and stick it back in until the internal temperature of the brisket gets just over 200*. Then pull it out and let it rest in an empty cooler or a microwave for an hour or so. Then it should be perfect. I recommend researching multiple methods online because, everyone is a little different. It takes time to master the art of smoking. Some say you never stop getting better! Just keep trying! Good luck!
Great question! Our paper is uncoated and contains no quilon.
All of our butcher paper is made of durable 40# weight Georgia Pacific paper with superior wet and hold strength, perfect for smoking and storing meat.
Great question. Both rolls of butcher paper are made from the same top quality paper, however there is coloring added to the pink paper. Though subjective, many customers prefer this color cosmetically as basket/tray liners or sandwich/cooking wrap, but many claim it makes meat that bleeds look less like blood and more like liquid or moisture during storage. Hope this helps!
I can think of no reason not to. Used in old stores to wrap meats.
Yes, our paper is produced in an FDA approved facility and definitely approved for birdcages. We have actually had several customers reach out to us to tell us how well it works for their birdcages.
Our Kraft paper is made up of different materials but you can certainly use it to wrap packages. I would not recommend using our craft paper to smoke or store meat though. Use Our Premium Butcher Paper For Grilling!
Hi! Thank you for your question. It makes great tracing paper.
Thickness is .004”
Yes, this product is acid-free!
Our White Kraft Paper works With Many Different Materials: for acrylic and oil paints, chalk, crayon, markers, felt pens, finger painting, water color, tempera, and more!
It’s newsprint paper without the ink. Just plain paper. We use it for parking dishes to move and it was great quality.
Acid-free papers have a pulp pH level above 7 (neutral). Our newsprint has a pH level anywhere from 5.8 to 6.0 so though very close, not considered acid-free, though very close.
Hi. Thank you for your question. Absolutely! You can use the packing paper for your bird cage.
Yes, these Bryco Goods papers are recyclable!!
Yes, it is smooth. No ragged edges. Not as white as copy paper nor quite as heavy/thick as regular Kraft Paper. We can definitely envision it being used for art work.
Our packing paper is designed to protect all your valuables and it works perfectly for protecting glassware. It is weighted well and very durable. Hope this helps!