- Jul 5, 2020
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I meant were you taking them to a TEMP since you had a probe in a rib... but never mind, they turned out great and I can see what you did so no biggie
I would agree. If it doesn't specify then it isn't mechanically tenderized. There are probably regulations about it in the US and CanadaSo going along with another current thread talking about 'mechanically tenderized", my question is SIMPLE:
according to the new standards it HAS TO SAY on the label, so if you inspect a label and it DOESN'T say it anywhere, it's safe to assume it's OK?? Because it would be against the law to not label it, correct?
Mechanically Tenderized Beef (usda.gov)
The ones I saw at Costco were wrapped by Costco.
I believe their 'bulk' is the cryovac meats. They more than likely tenderize in house they do the portioningSo is that a loophole!!! Or a possible loophole? Would Costco get their meat in bulk, labeled as tenderized, separate them and just generic label them???? I'm not being a conspirator here, just asking a "what if" rhetorical question...