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Thanks Ron for your help. Unfortunately I don’t know what proper aged meat is suppose to smell like but I assume if it starts to smell like a dead animal then I am in trouble. I took tape and butcher twine and wrapped the bag so it makes better contact with the meat. Hopefully that does the trick. I am sure I must have done something wrong when I bagged it.
Another quick question. I plan to cook it as a primerib. Because the bone side will probably have pellicle on it that will be hard to remove, should I remove the bones before smoking or can I keep them on?