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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Food & Drink / Beef cuts
|French term or phrase: basse cote|
|Context: in a list of cuts of beef on sale in supermarkets.|
Seems obvious but...I'm getting conflicting answers from dictionaries and online sources.
Not one of my specialist areas. Please help!
this assumption is based on the spelling côte
There are two types of beef grades in the United States--quality grades and yield grades. Beef carcasses ... or udder, rump, inside round, flank, lower rib, plate and brisket areas ...
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|Thanks Paula and Claudine!|
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