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You asked for opinions so I’ll give you mine – 35 or 36 days should have given you some taste difference though my personal taste stands at no less than 45 days and I’m actually becoming a 60 day snob! Secondly – an again it’s a personal thing, but where you would have really noticed the more tasty, beefy part ended up in your trash with the extensive trimming you did. I’m not suggesting eating the hard leather, but the reason you aged it was mostly lost. Take a look at the thread I posted yesterday of my 60 day – notice the first picture in particular.
BTW going clear back to your very first post you mentioned you had to pay $6.70 a pound for prime – man I wish I could get by that cheap! Here even “grocery store choice” typically runs 8 to $9 on sale!