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I don’t want to be a fearmonger, but I lost two subprimals that went bad during a two-week wet age, in the original packaging, at 34 degrees Fahrenheit. There are SO MANY factors that contribute to a positive or negative experience that I wouldn’t ask you not to try it in your own way, and tell us of your results.
I do a lot of experiments. Some don’t succeed, and for me this was one.