Boiled beef (meat)

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Location of boiled beef, part of the tail

The boiled beef is the front, thinly tapering tip of the tail piece (from beef or calf ) bordering the hips , which is covered by a layer of fatty tissue on the side facing the skin. It is used for the preparation of the meat dish of the same name, Tafelspitz . Anatomically, it is part of the gluteobiceps muscle .