Does wax paper burn in the oven at 350 degrees?

Chef's answer
When wax paper gets hot, its wax begins to melt. The notion that you'd have to be cooking at 450 degrees Fahrenheit or more for it to spark a fire is false
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I tend to plan for a 3-hour rest when doing a brisket. I think butcher paper would just get completely soggy after an hour or so. The butcher paper was wet but it stayed together well enough for me to just unwrap and serve.19 Dec 2018
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