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Steak Cuts Explained In Two Minutes

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Everyone likes steaks, right? But do you think ordering steak might be improved if it felt a bit more like a biology lesson? Like you might get a grade at the end?

Then you are in luck, because with just this two-and-a-bit-minute video you can learn where every cut, from filet to porterhouse, comes from on the cow. That is all the time it takes to explain the location of the various bits of muscle and why they taste the way they do. So next time you're in a steak restaurant you can simply have them bring you the cow and point to the bit you want. 

Contains words like "longissimus", which we had no idea were actual words. Every day is a learning day. 

[via Eater]

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