What Part of the Cow Does TRI Tip Come from?

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Technically, the tri-tip steak comes from the fasciae latae. This is located on the back side of the cow and is just above the knees and below the leg. In layman's terms, it comes from the bottom sirloin area.
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A Tri tip steak comes from the lower hip area of a cow. It is part of the lower sirloin cut of beef.
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