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  • holly6
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    Depends,
    Elk or venison? Also, what time of the year was it taken?

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  • Salinator
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    Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
    Flip, flip, flip. Then flip, flip, flip.
    No, no, no. High heat, sear bottom side, flip and sear. Turn heat down to medium and flip....cook until almost done to your preference and then one final flip and turn off heat and let rest.

    Don't eat the fat.
    What fat? You were suppose to trim the fat off before cooking.

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  • Bwaha
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    Barbarians. Rib eye should be rare served with a baked potato, garden salad, and horse radish...

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  • Nick the Noodle
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    Originally posted by Cult Icon View Post
    Medium is sometimes preferred as it allows the fat to render better, but the beefier parts are no longer as tender.

    Medium-rare keeps the whole thing tender but sometimes the fat does not render well enough.
    Flip, flip, flip. Then flip, flip, flip.

    Don't eat the fat.

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  • Cult Icon
    started a topic Rib eye: medium rare or medium?

    Rib eye: medium rare or medium?

    Medium is sometimes preferred as it allows the fat to render better, but the beefier parts are no longer as tender.

    Medium-rare keeps the whole thing tender but sometimes the fat does not render well enough.

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