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It turns out that my bios was having trouble booting into the right boot partition. I recently cloned my Windows partition (along with boot) onto another SSD with Samsung's migration software. Apparently the final step in the procedure is to swap the new drive into the SATA port of the original. It turns out that if you don't follow through with this step, the cloned boot partition looks identical to the original, despite being on different SATA ports. My BIOS was not picking up the difference and so always booted using the grub.cfg found in the cloned drive.

TL;DR: I had a messy drive configuration which had nothing to do with actual Fedora/GRUB issues.