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Bone in Ribeye

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1 year 9 months ago #14507 by RRP
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You can relax - what you have further described sounds fine. The reasoning is the bone side has a membrane covering the bones and therefore along with the thick bone layer itself there has little moisture to secure adhesion. From here on I would not mess with nor move the meat until your desired aging period has been met.
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1 year 9 months ago #14509 by Gen123
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Thanks for the assurance Ron.

For my previous tries with boneless ribeye/striploin, I could always get good adhesion. Bone-in is a totally new experience thus my jittery. That said, bit by bit, I’m getting to know this truly amazing bag!
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