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  • Re: Wanna see what 80 day aged beef looks like?

    @DoubleEgger @bgebrent
    Standing by with envious eyes for the finale my friends. 
  • Re: Wanna see what 80 day aged beef looks like?

    MaC122 said:
    Is there a safe aging limit?
    Makes one stop and ponder for a moment doesn't it? But to answer your question, there is certainly a limit on wet aging. But on dry aging, the time frame that you can age is measured in years and decades, not days or weeks if you know what you are doing. In the realm of dry aging, 100 days is mere child's play. 
    On that note, there is what most call a practical limit where you are changing the taste of something that you enjoy into something that you may no longer enjoy. That limit is different for everyone. However as far as "safe" to eat, if you do your part when dry aging, you probably will not live long enough to reach a unsafe point. 

  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    Jeremiah said:
    By the way, how do you like the PBC? I really like the idea of hanging chickens, and the portability too.
    Brother Miah, just some food for thought here. You can build a PBC for about 30 bucks and 10 minutes of your time. Simply find a used 30 gallon drum and drill a 1 1/2 hole two inches from the bottom and four 3/4 holes at the top for your rebar. If you look around, it's not uncommon to find used 30 gallon drums for free. As you alluded to above, the ability to hang chickens is more than worth 30 bucks to me.  
  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    bgebrent said:
    He probably was naked and drunk! ;)
    Brother Brent, have you been spying on me again ;)
  • Re: OT - What are you doing right now?

    @lousubcap
    Brother Cap, the pleasure was mine sir. Feel free to call me anytime about anything. I will always gladly offer what I can. And for the record, if Ron could of heard us talking about his money he would be pissed as hell ;)
    All kidding aside, it was a pleasure my friend. 
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