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Unread 03-02-2010, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default Tri-Tip = Sirloin Tip Roast?

i live on a farm and we have beef cattle, digging through my freezer for some roasts to make a pot roast with i came across a Sirloin Tip Roast, is this the tri tip i see on here all the time?
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Unread 03-02-2010, 09:23 PM   #2
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Same cut, different name! Comes from the bottom sirloin primal.
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Same cut, different name! Comes from the bottom sirloin primal.
excelent!.. this one will not be used for a pot roast anymore!
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Unread 03-02-2010, 09:41 PM   #4
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Often I have seen retailers and butchers call a round tip a "sirloin tip" which is not a bottom sirloin. Post a pic if you can.
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Bottom sirloin is a primal cut. The "sub-primal" sirloin tip comes out of that. Should be good with the east coast/mid west butchers. I'm in cali and everyone knows what a tri-tip is!
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you may want to look at this link that explains where the TRI Tip comes from and what the bar code # and other Info about tri trip http://www.orbeef.org/Retail/tri-tip.html
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Sorry for some reason that Link doesn't work,, use this one it works...
http://www.orbeef.org/Retail/tri-tip.html
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Sorry for some reason that Link doesn't work,, use this one it works...
http://www.orbeef.org/Retail/tri-tip.html
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you may want to look at this link that explains where the TRI Tip comes from and what the bar code # and other Info about tri trip http://www.orbeef.org/Retail/tri-tip.html
all my beef comes wrapped in white paper, no bar codes
i raise my own beef and pork
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Often I have seen retailers and butchers call a round tip a "sirloin tip" which is not a bottom sirloin. Post a pic if you can.
when its ready to use i will thanks
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So the answer to the question is no, it is not the same. From the same area, but not the same.
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No its not the same thing, it is like a round roast like Top round, eye round, bottom round
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No its not the same thing, it is like a round roast like Top round, eye round, bottom round
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