What temp does meat get tender?

Chef's answer
160 to 180 Degrees Fahrenheit Collagen starts to dissolve at 160 degrees and is fully dissolved at 180 degrees, with fall-off-the-bone tenderness. At this point, the meat is dryer, from losing a lot of moisture, but is as tender as meat can get.5 Jun 2018
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