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Thanks for the response. I was pretty sure those were all potential reasons but I am not expert on meat types.
I have read some articles, which could be pure BS or ignorance of the author, saying that there really isnt a difference between Prime and Choice cuts. I have zero butchering experience, I have no idea what really goes into a Prime and Choice cut, what is your opinion on this? Obviously as you stated, Prime has better marbling.
To my eye, it was hard to tell a difference in the look. Next time I go to Costco I will better inspect both meats but as i was trimming off the hard surface of the strip loin last night, it didnt look any different. I do love the look of the white swirly marbling on the dark purple, red color of the meat. so cool.