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Wet-Aged Beef

jfish | Nov 9, 2005 01:44 PM

I see that Wegman's has "wet-aged" beef. I understand "dry-aged" sort of, and the dry aged beef I buy is tender with excellent flavor and roasts don't seem to shrink too much. What should I expect with wet-aged beef. Am I paying for water in my beef. Will cuts shrink more or be more juicy.

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jfish

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