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Short loin anyone?

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8 months 3 weeks ago - 8 months 3 weeks ago #8917 by BeefIsWhatsForDinner
BeefIsWhatsForDinner created the topic: Short loin anyone?
Hello UMAi community,

I'm wondering if anyone has attempted a short loin yet? I asked my local super market butcher and he had a 23-24 lb Angus Choice beaut at around 9.99 / lb. if memory serves. It looks like the large roast bag should work but if anyone has experience trying please share your knowledge.

I want to age myself some porterhouse / t-bone steaks at home. :silly: :woohoo:

Thanks,
Jon
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8 months 2 weeks ago #8947 by BagLady
BagLady replied the topic: Short loin anyone?
You can certainly dry age a 7-bone bone-in ribeye, but I'm not sure you'll ever get a 21 pounder into the Short Loin size (16 x 28 in) UMAi Dry® bag.
Make sure you cushion the ridge of bones with kitchen parchment to prevent punctures, and expect it to be hard to get good overall contact. The only meat exposed is on the ends. The rest if fat cap and bone shell.
Check out this video for some great pointers:

Maureen
UMAi Dry® Customer Support

Dry aging geek

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