Cutting beef might be a little bit trickier than you think. There are many important parts and if you don’t know where each is located, then it’s better for you to the following cuts of the beef diagram to understand beef cuts. Check out our diagrams posted below. You can also download the diagram by right-clicking and choosing the ‘Save as’ menu on the list.
Observe and notice that certain cuts of beef are labeled to ease you in spotting. The parts are labeled and shown in separate pieces on the cuts of the beef diagram. A piece of meat initially separated from the carcass of an animal during butchering is called primal cut. Examples of primal cuts include the round, loin, rib, and chuck for beef or the ham, loin, Boston butt, and picnic for pork. More diagrams are provided below. These beef cut charts even break down the general cost of each piece of meat.
Take notes that there might be differences in the terms between each region. American cuts of meat are different to Australian cuts in various ways. Tender cuts of meat are usually muscles that aren’t exercised. If you are studying on how to cut the pieces of your beef, then follow this post and scroll down to the bottom.
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