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I just got my first egg yesterday and I was planning on christening it this evening with a small rack of baby back ribs.
I bought the vacuum sealed package about a week ago and cut it open today. It has been years since I last cooked ribs and when I cut open the sealed package it had a funny smell. Not terribly offensive but not like raw beef I'm used to smelling. I should also mention the meat wasn't particularly slimy or sticky...seemed normal in that regard.
Is 7 days in the fridge too long for the vacuum sealed meats? Should I toss this small rack?
Anyone have any suggestions on how to cook babybacks in about 2-3 hours? Thanks!