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Stepping up my Pulled Pork
Ok so thanks to the help of this forum I was finally able to cook a few pork butts that fell right off the bone. My dad loves 'em and has me cooking pulled pork for him every week.
So wanting to fine tune my cooks, I want to find suggestions for keeping the pork moist when its reheated. When I cook it and eat it right after I let it rest in a cooler for an hour it is perfect. Moist and tasty. However, upon reheating, it is much drier until smothered in sauce.
Is there a way to ensure this doesn't happen or reduces the likelihood of it happening? There's a guy down the street who owns a bbq joint and I think he keeps his in water. Would reheating the pulled pork in water (in the microwave) work?