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Tri-Tip Steak

Tri-Tip steak gets its name from its triangular shape and the fact that it is located at the tip of the sirloin. It is a relatively new cut of beef, having only been popularized in the 1950s by Santa Maria barbecue restaurants in California. Today, Tri-Tip steak is enjoyed all over the United States and is becoming increasingly popular in other countries as well.

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Skirt Steak

What Is a Skirt Steak? Skirt steak is a long, thin cut of beef that comes from the plate primal cut, located in the cow's diaphragm. There are two types of skirt steak: outside skirt and inside skirt. Outside skirt is the more tender of the two, and it is also the larger of the two cuts. Inside skirt is thinner and more fibrous, but it still has a good flavor. Skirt steak is a good source of protein and iron. It is also low in fat and calories. Here are some other names for skirt steak: Romanian tenderloin Romanian steak Philadelphia steak Arrachera What Does Steak Steak Taste Like? Skirt steak has a strong, beefy flavor with a hint of sweetness....

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Strip Steak

The strip steak, also known as New York or Kansas City strip steak, is considered prime beef along with filet mignon, ribeye steak, and porterhouse or T-bone steak. Strip steak comes from the lower sirloin, the portion of the original loin that starts with the sirloin removed to form the bone-in strip loin. What is Strip Steak? The main muscle that makes up the Strip is the longissimus dorsi, which is also the main muscle of the ribeye steak. It runs from the hip bone to the shoulder blade and is a very soft muscle. Since they're usually a single muscle, strip steaks don't have much connective tissue and fat. They do, however, contain high levels of intramuscular fat, or...

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