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Unread 05-04-2013, 01:09 AM   #5
caseydog
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Originally Posted by martyleach View Post
Dry aging is quite different in that you are essentially dehydrating the beef to intensify the flavor. The beef is usually wrapped in a cheese cloth to absorb the liquid and hung in the refrigerator for 14-30 days or more. Then you slice off the ugly outside and cook it You should Google this and get more information before attempting. I sound like a lawyer....... barf, barf...
Marty is right, you are basically dehydrating your beef.

You can do that for a day, or a month. Doing it for a day is easy -- anyone can do it -- and it yields positive results. Doing it for a month requires some serious skills.

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