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Alright, so I know that most people will immediately opt for the 'before' option becuase it's traditional seals in the juices and other old misconceptions like that , but I am curious about people's experiences with searing meat AFTER braising for one very important reason: that nice crust that you get from searing doesn't seem to survive the braising process.