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When I am ready to open this dry age project and trim, should I first wipe down the outer bark with apple cider vinegar to get rid of the mold buildup? I have read in the forums that sounds like a best practice. My worry about cutting right into the primal with the mold on the outside is having the spores float around and get into the good inside meat while I am trimming. In you experience, have you had to trim a dry age primal with white mold on the outside bark? How did you handle it?