Another "Air in bag" question.

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3 weeks 4 days ago #15024 by chrismariusb
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Hi there Ron. Thought I'd update with some photos and see what you think about my meat's condition.

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Here's a link to an Imgur gallery of meat pictures. It seems like the bag has bonded pretty well to the meat on most sides of the meat, excluding the part where the length of the bones are, and the end of the roast where the bag was sealed.

The bag isn't ballooning or anything like that, but it's certainly not holding a vacuum. Does this look like it has any bad coloration or growth going on, in your experience?

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3 weeks 4 days ago #15025 by RRP
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Yes there is air in the bag since I'm sure the bones undoubtedly puntured the bag. OTOH a vacuum is not critical once the meat and bag has bonded. Your pictures look fine to me! NOW...please RELAX! Or do you want to invite me over to enjoy your dry aged prime rib?
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3 weeks 4 days ago #15026 by chrismariusb
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Haha, well ya know. First time jitters and all. As long as someone experienced says it looks fine and don't worry, I won't. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't growing a science experiment in my fridge or anything like that.

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