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Sorry for the confusion. Before finding your website, I was looking for a way to tenderize some very lean grass fed beef. We came upon salting the individual steak and it worked. We then went to a high end meat market and got some prime grade ribeyes. We salted them too and they were delicious. After learning how to dry age, we cut 2 choice grade steaks off the dry aged (35 days) subprimal and put them on the grill. We felt that the dry aged choice grade steaks were better tasting and just as tender as the wet aged prime grade steaks ( which we had also salted).
We only salt the individual steaks.
For those who ask about salting, we mix Kosher or sea salt with a small portion of onion and garlic powder. Cover both sides of the steak with the mix and let it stand for one hour per inch of thickness. After that, wash the salt off and grill.
Now to age a prime grade subprimal……
Hope that clears things up.