What does corned beef brisket taste like?

Chef's answer
Corned beef has its soft, tender texture, with a taste of sweet, sour, salt, spicy, and meaty flavor. The ingredients are balanced adequately through the brining process. It is cooked, boiled, or roasted with pickling spices. Since corned refers to the size of salt, it may somewhat be salty for some people.6 Mar 2021
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