only have 22 days to age my rib roasts

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1 month 2 weeks ago #15180 by Eric
I ordered a couple of prime rib roasts to dry age for new years. The shipment was delayed several days and now I only have 22 days before new years. Should I age them for the 22 days or will the final product be unsatisfactory if aged for less that 28 days?

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1 month 2 weeks ago - 1 month 2 weeks ago #15181 by RRP
Replied by RRP on topic only have 22 days to age my rib roasts
Personally 22 days is not worth wasting a couple UMAI Dry Bags for since 22 days will not even give you a clue what dry aged prime rib roasts can taste/benefit from dry aging. Besides that 28 days isn’t much anyway! My way it’s at least 40 days or 45 for a prime rib roast!
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