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Australia M5 Wagyu Ribs Eye approx. 380g.

Australia M5 Wagyu Ribs Eye approx. 380g.

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Speaking of Wagyu, you may immediately think of Kobe beef, Matsusaka beef or Omi beef from Japan, etc., but high-quality Wagyu is more than a Japanese one ~ we launched M5 Australian Wagyu Ribs Eyes, although the oil marbling and meat taste are not as good as Japanese beef It's more and more fragrant, but the fat is average and gravy enough, the succulent fiber is thick, quite biting, and the meat is very rich and the taste is very rich. The maturity between Medium and Medium Well can best express the taste of the naked eye.

In the mid-1980s, the Japanese transported purebred cattle to Australia, a country with a rich pasture and a pleasant climate. They insisted on raising wagyu in the most natural and open environment, and fully complied with the long-term breeding methods of wagyu in Japan. The most natural way to raise cattle is to make Australia the only country that breeds wagyu apart from Japan.

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