Some folks are new to the Tri Tip roast, and this video shows an easy was to slice it.
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- It will explain how the grain runs, and where to start slicing it.
- In my experiences with Tri Tip roasts, the grain has always run in the same direction.
- Where it forms a V, is usually where you slice, not the ends or tips.