Argentine Black Angus Flank Steak| Bife de Vacio
Argentina is an important producer of quality beef having the highest beef consumption in the world, whose export shares vary between 10-15% of production.
Black Angus Cattle raised by Black Herd is bred in extensive grazing systems and grow with no hormones ever, no antibiotics ever, and during feedlot their animals consume NON-GMO grains. Their steers are gestated by cows that pass the first round of pregnancy, which has been proven to deliver stronger, healthier, and sturdier cattle that graze 16/17 months from grasses and legume pastures, and are grain-finished for 4/5 months.
Black Herd delivers a product developed and suitable for the American market and its consumers by going above and beyond any Argentine Beef Supplier in the world, by selecting only superior quality beef for the US Market. This gives them the capability of achieving consistency and offer a unique eating experience relatable to well known brands in the US Beef market.
The company uses suitable combinations of pastures in an intensive rotational grazing scheme to collaborate with carbon capture in combination with diets based on NON-GMO grain silage for the fattening and finishing stages of steers. Cattle are grain-finished for 150 days to ensure appropriate marbling and tenderness in every bite of the beef produced.
- Brand: Black Herd.
- Origin: Argentina.
- Breed: Black Angus.
- Grade: Consider higher than Choice.
- Features: NGMO & *Never Ever.
- Aged: 21+ days wet aged.
- Weight: 1.5 - 2 LB avg Each.
- Description: Half Loin Roast.
- Packaging: Wrapped & vacuum sealed.
- Gift Box: Delivered in a classic black gift box.
- Condition: Product is frozen before shipping to lock in flavor and will arrive frozen or partially thawed.
Place the steak on the grill and cook until golden brown and slightly charred, 4 to 5 minutes. Turn the steak over and continue to grill 3 to 5 minutes for medium-rare (an internal temperature of 135 degrees F), 5 to 7 minutes for medium (140 degrees F) or 8 to 10 minutes for medium-well (150 degrees F).
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