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(SoraNews24)   Back at the Tanizawa Ranch, you can get divine Wagyu beef steak from a vending machine, stocked fresh daily. Yee haw   (soranews24.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Meat, Beef, reporter Haruka Takagi, shoulderroast, hamburger steaks, welcoming light of a Wagyu beef, top-quality Wagyu, medium-rare slices  
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2021-11-26 8:29:53 PM  
Wagyu is sold frozen at Costco. Only 200 bucks for 2 lbs. Think I'll spend my kids inheritance on a weeks worth.
 
2021-11-26 9:25:21 PM  
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2021-11-27 2:00:48 AM  
Aight, any farkers who've actually eaten wagyu, I'm very curious what it's like. Wagyu breeds outside Japan or proper Japanese wagyu.

My family wasn't big on steak and I didn't get to have it much until I moved in with roomie. We're debating buying wagyu beef for roomie's dad as a present. His normal steak as delightful, so we're wondering if the wagyu would be amazing.
 
2021-11-27 3:16:45 AM  

rue_in_winter: Aight, any farkers who've actually eaten wagyu, I'm very curious what it's like. Wagyu breeds outside Japan or proper Japanese wagyu.

My family wasn't big on steak and I didn't get to have it much until I moved in with roomie. We're debating buying wagyu beef for roomie's dad as a present. His normal steak as delightful, so we're wondering if the wagyu would be amazing.


It's insanely rich (and delicious).

That's why individual portion sizes are so small.
 
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