I have a brisket drying aging 15 days now. The bag is still attached to the meat very well but it smells bad. I realize now I should have used a different fridge, I used a small bar fridge with the meat on a rack.
Question is: Can this be fixed? Can I open the bag and trim off the outside and bag it up again for a second attempt in a new bag? Or is it best to throw this out and chalk it up as a lesson learned?
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