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OK, so no to tying on the fat cap. But Charlie, your thinking to age witout the fat cap? For that particular side of the beef, when aging, wouldn’t most of the dried out aged part be on the fat, whic I would trim anyway, instead of trimming the beef, in which if the fat cap was on, that part of the beef would not need trimming (as he trimming would be on the fat cap).
Just trying to learn is all.
Thanks for both of your repleis.