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Scott Leysath


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These seem like adequate reasons to remove it before cooking. You’ll find silverskin on backstraps, tenderloins and hindquarter muscles, all good grilling meats. I don’t bother with removing the silverskin from shoulders and shanks since I slow-cook them and remove the silverskin after the meat has broken down. Unlike some other connective tissues, silverskin does not break down or get gelatinous when cooked. You […]

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