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Re: Antipoison Creek

Tri tip is a staple of ours. We often grill it on the boat. It's a muscle very few know what it is so they don't buy it, let alone know a good technique for cooking it.

I like to wet rub it and put it in a freezer bag so it infuses the meat. It is tender enough as a steak to not need marinating.


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