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Flank Plate Steak Tip
Derived from the thin flank and consists of the "M. obliquus internus abdominus" and "M. obliquus externus abdominus" muscles, in one piece. Thin ta...
2210 AUS | 193 US
The fan-shape, flat muscle located in the leg end of the flank, free of heavy connective tissue and practically free of fat from the thin flank Ava...
2206 AUS | 185A US
Derived from the internal flank plate (Item 2203). The thin tapered ends of the muscle are trimmed off leaving the thick, fleshy portion of the meat...
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