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Welcome to Meathead Talks, a series of curated articles from AmazingRibs on everything from kitchen science to myth busting to tips for upping your grill game. All articles are written by the Meathead, a brilliant chef and self-proclaimed Barbecue Whisperer whose culinary word are heeded as gospel in many circles. Is stabbing your steak with a thermometer pointless meat cruelty? Does "stick a fork in it" truly signal the end of your carefully dry aged steak's juiciness? After carefully aging steak in a dry aging bag, will you ruin it by poking it? Meathead says, "No!" Read his time-tested and proven explanation to learn: Why puncturing your dry aged steak with a thermometer...

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Professional chefs and meat crafting hobbyists agree that dry aging with UMAi Dry is the secret to a tender and flavorful steakhouse dining experience at home.

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Steak may repair your heart. Research published in the journal Nutrition indicated that eating meat can positively affect your heart. “The impact is the same as if you were to stop smoking, cut back on your sodium intake, or exercise more,” explained Korin Miller in For a Healthier Heart, Eat … Steak? Researchers looked at the consumption of seven amino acids, the building blocks of protein, recognized for retaining heart-healthy properties. In a comparative study of twins, scientist found that the twin that consumed more of the amino acids found in protein-rich foods such as meat, fish, dairy, beans, lentils, broccoli, and spinach had a healthier heart....

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Think of this as "Beyond Wine": What if you embraced the Whisk(e)y Culture when you prepared a dry aged steak?

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There's something inherently special about aged foods and beverages. The depth and richness of flavor that comes with time and careful preparation makes eating or drinking something that has been aged (whiskey, wine, cheese) an experience.  The same can be said for Dry Aged steak. It's a uniquely flavorful experience. Dry Aging beef brings out deep, nutty flavors and a soft, velvety texture you wouldn't expect from a classically prepared steak. It's a process developed prior to refrigeration and mostly maintained by top steakhouses, but you can Dry Age steak at home, too. Here is how UMAi Dry® allows you to create the ultimate...

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