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Brisket-fat side up or down

Getting set to start a brisket in the next few hours. Got a nice untrimmed piece with lots of nice fat. Have seen different opinions on whether it should b cooked fat side up or down. I m thinking fat side down. Any words of wisdom u brisket experts can provide to this novice. Up or down?


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