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peter – hopefully I’m not going to come across as being defensive here, but are you familiar with the taste difference between aged beef and freshly bloomed steaks? Personally 28 days for a rib eye sub primal is too short to make a “slap your forehead” difference based on memory from 28 days ago when the steaks you had then had just been cut and “bloomed”. Maybe my preference for 45 days seems long to you, but to me and my wife there is no comparison! Ron