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Dry Aged Steak -

Congratulations! Your patience has paid off, and your Dry Aged ribeye, striploin, or sirloin is ready. Now it’s time to trim the “bark," cut into steaks, and get ready to enjoy, share or preserve to savor over time. Steak lovers, beware Dry Aged steak cooks faster than “wet-aged” steak. Because of the lower water content, you can't indicate doneness through weeping or shriveling. The time the meat spends in the UMAi Dry bag provides tenderness that you don’t want to unintentionally turn to shoe leather! Cooking Dry Aged steaks Dry Aged steaks tend to cook faster than wet-aged steaks because there is less...

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Dry Aged Steak -

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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