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Beef Shin Boneless

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Beef shins are the ultimate Cholent cut.  They are heavily layered in silverskin and tendon, all of which will melt into a thick stock over the course of a long, low, and slow cook. We suggest keeping them whole when slow cooking them for a Cholent or stew, and then breaking the meat up with a spoon before serving.  It will retain more of its gelatin this way and lose less to the pot, leaving it velvety smooth on the palate. Alternatively, shins make a perfect braising cut.  Use them as you would ossobuco, and place several pieces of similar thickness in a braising pan with red wine, garlic, and fresh or dried herbs. The entire shin weighs about 5.0 lbs. and can be cut to order.
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