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ID:	1036032 I'm not sure what is going on with this steak. That one half of it looks like wagyu, but the fat isn't that soft buttery fat of wagyu; instead it has more of a suet feel. I think for 12 bucks it's still worth a shot, Wegmans usually has pretty good meat regardless. Even their choice is usually pretty good. Does anyone have any ideas as to why this piece looks like this?

    #2
    Okay. It’s called "callus eye", and it happens when an animal is injured, and the muscle is replaced with fat as it heals. Unfortunately it is usually tough and chewy.

    I guess I’ll trim that part off.

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    • rickgregory
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      SV it maybe for 2-3 hours vs the 60-90 minutes I usually use for a NY steak.

    #3
    Looks like a NY strip (i.e. loin). Looks tasty anyways!

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      #4
      I’d eat it,,,,,with a beer and maybe finish it off with a bourbon if necessary

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