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ALDI - 21 day dry aged steak $14.99/lb BM YMMV

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Not sure how widespread this deal is, but in our weekly circular for Aldi, they advertised "at least" 21 day dry-aged steak for $14.99 per pound starting today (12/27). I went in the afternoon and there was plenty available; the cuts averaged .9 to 1.05 lb. Product of USA is stamped on the vacuum sealed packaging. Check your weekly ad to see if it's being sold at your location.

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Many people don't realize that Aldi has some very high end product. I've had fresh salmon and tilapia from Aldi that is as good or better than premium food store or fish market product. This will be the first prime beef I'll purchase from Aldi, but their choice ribeye and strips have been excellent.
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Note that the circular says they are USDA Prime strip steaks, if so a good price, especially if you're a fan of strips.
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Update: did one tonight with the Anova. I actually would not recommend sous vide for this particular cut - the fat doesn't render the way it would if you're doing these strictly on a grill or in a cast iron skillet, and I think it could have been better off if cooked differently. If you pick any of these up, I'd suggest avoiding SV.
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Update: did one tonight with the Anova. I actually would not recommend sous vide for this particular cut - the fat doesn't render the way it would if you're doing these strictly on a grill or in a cast iron skillet, and I think it could have been better off if cooked differently. If you pick any of these up, I'd suggest avoiding SV.

what time and temp did you SV the strip at? I was considering something like 133 for 2-4 hours, then finishing on a cast iron. At $14.99/lb, I don't want to make a mistake EEK!
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