What Part of the Cow Does Steak Come from?

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Steak comes from either hindquarter or forequarter part of the cow. The hindquarter includes the sirloin, loin, and rib which are more tender and more expensive than those coming from other parts. The forequarter includes leg, plate, and flank which is less tender and less expensive.
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depends on wether or not it says. FLANK. steak. otherwise it comes from the sides.
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Where a steak comes depends which type of steak. Do you have a certain steak
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Skirt steak is the lining of the diaphram, located between the abdomen and chest region. Ask anything!
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They are mainly cut from the back and there are different cuts taken from different parts of the back. Different cuts are cooked different ways. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:
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