NY Striploin - Min. 1.0 lb

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NY Striploin - Min. 1.0 lb

NY Striploin - Min. 1.0 lb

12 - 16 oz (0.75 - 1.0 lbs)

One of the most sought after cuts for its combination of delicate texture and robust flavour…all this cut needs is salt (and maybe a little pepper!). Always pasture raised and 100% grass-fed, get ready for a NY Striploin like you’ve never enjoyed before!

NY Striploin - Min. 1.0 lb

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COOKING TIPS

Key tips for best results with NY Striploin.

We recommend grilling or pan searing on high heat to create an outer crust, keeping the inside juicy and rich in flavour. Don’t worry about fancy techniques or spices - the deep 100% grass-fed flavour will provide plenty for your tastebuds. Lastly, don’t forget to let your meat rest for 5 minutes before digging in - slicing too early means losing all of those delicious juices! Bonus tip: start with the strip-side down to extract some of the fat to naturally baste the steak as it cooks!this this a lot of words this this a lot of words this this a lot of words this this a lot of words this this a lot of words

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