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Realizing the bag would not bond I decided to take the strip loin out and transfer it to another bag.
I trimmed the cut a little because I was putting a strip loin into the largest bag available as it wouldn’t fit in the other as it was.
As I resealed it the seal was perfect and I was happy with the results but I did notice that afterwards(6 hours later) the reduced strip loin shows white mold on the surface.
I’m starting to get a little concerned. You see I put two different strip loins in the fridge a day apart and one seems to have bonded and shrunk significantly and the other(this one) seems to have been a disaster to work with and it does not appear to have shrunk nearly as much and now white mold is appearing.
What should I do?