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World's Highest End Beef

Saturday, January 11, 2014 6:26:46 PM America/New_York

The Japanese Wagyu cows are began in Kobe, Hyogo Japan. Kobe is the origination of the most legendary and delightful Japanese Wagyu beef.  The price of this legandary and the most delicious meat starts from well over $150 per pound. What is special about this meat, that makes it so pricey? This is the first question that comes into people's mind. Yes, it is very true that we all have the same question to answer. The reality is over $150 per pound is a very cheap price for real authentic Japanese Kobe Beef. There are several factors that make this meat very pricey.


Japanese Wagyu

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What is the Best Way to cook Japanese Kobe Beef Wagyu Steaks

Saturday, January 11, 2014 6:19:48 PM America/New_York


As a best way to practice Japanese Wagyu Ribeye steak or roast it has to bee cooked medium rare to rare. In order to get the outstanding taste and tender, buttery, and juicy steaks with its aroma, the key is to do not cook longer hours on too hot temperature. When you are cooking Tajima Kobe Beef steaks, make it sure that you do not flip the steaks with a fork. Because using fork can poke a hole on the steaks that will eliminate the juice of the steaks. Some cooks prefer to cover the outside of the steaks with salt, or rubs 100% to seal it from loosing its juice during cooking period.


 The steaks needs to be cooked either medium rare, rare, or ensure that the juices of the steak will not be eliminated and flush out their juicy aroma while you are cooking the Japanese Wagyu beef. Our  Wagyu Meat is already very tender. The most important key is to ensure that the steaks are sealed with flames and rubs. Protecting steaks by sealing it with the flames, rubs or salt to prevent lose juicy aroma and tender texture is very important to have the most delicious steaks in your dish.  

 

Cooking Japanese Kobe Beef too long, over cooking or too long on too high temperatures will evaporate Kobe Beef Wagyu steaks juicy, buttery tender goodness. As a result, you will have chewy and tough steaks instead of juicy buttery Japanese Kobe Beef steaks.

 

Wagyu - A-5

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