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- It is important to establish an average weight, for several reason so you know how much you may be spending and if there is excess whether it is fat or muscle. 4.List the steps for fabricating a PSMO beef tenderloin into portion cut medalions. -Remove long side muscle, Remove membranes from the top side, Peel collagen silverskin from the tail or this side towards the head or thick side. Be sure to eliminate collagen between the large side muscle, Remove large fat deposits on bottom side by scraping them loose,
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Remove any bone tissue and collagen bands from head end, Remove large side muscle at angle and portion cut for steaks or medallions. 5.List the steps for fabricating a boneless beef striploin into portion cut steaks. -Trim fat top to desired thickness, Remove cap section, divide through natural seam and eliminate collagen band, Portion cap at slight angle across grain, Portion main sections, cutting perpendicular to cutting board. 6.What are some factors that help decide whether a chef fabricates portion cuts in the kitchen or purchases pre-cut portions? -In house: Less expensive per lb, flexibility trim as usable, may be a simple teachable task, poor purveyor, reputation. Pre-Cut Portion: Easy to store, no labor involved, easy to count, no trim loss, no skilled labor, quality accurate purveyor. Sources - Wikipedia - ams.usda.gov
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- marthastewart.com - blog.quicklabel.com
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