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As I said before – if the meat was BAD – then you might even gag at the smell of rotted meat even before you reach 32 days!Dry aged beef smells different than “grocery store red” meat which has little to NO smell.
Your NOSE and not your eyes will tell you if the meat has gone bad! Aged beef will look darker and then after you peel the bag off the outer surface it will look like leather. That appearance alone MAY cause a FIRST time aging attempt to look weird to a spouse who already had determined the meat will be bad. Ron