Fullblood Wagyu Whole Brisket
Fullblood wagyu refers to the beef produced from 100% wagyu genetics, that shows no evidence of cross-breeding with any other breeds. A Fullblood Wagyu is known to be the highest quality beef ever. In this case Fullblood Wagyu 100% raised in the United States.
Grand Western Steaks is proud to announce our partnership with Marble Ridge Specialty Farms, rooted in the small town of New Haven, Missouri, is the latest and most natural venture of Tim Scheer and his family. Spanning 150 acres of lush farmland just a few short miles from the Missouri River, Marble Ridge began as a table talk daydream that quickly turned into live and active reality; and Honor Wagyu, rooted in Central Texas, Yehuda Istrin raise Wagyu cattle the old-fashioned way without hormones, additives or antibiotics. 500 acres of land to graze and harvest cattle at the highest quality. He also the creator of first Fullblood Kosher Wagyu Program nationwide.
Our goal is to delivered the most consistent and premium quality Fullblood Wagyu Beef harvest in Unites States with the traditions and heritage of American Cattle Producers. Marble Ridge Farms and Honor Wagyu supplies Grand Western with their High Quality and Superior Marble Fullblood Wagyu harvest after harvest and guarantee a exquisite eating experience bite after bite.
NOTE TO ALL CUSTOMERS. American and Imported Wagyu are all raised within different climates and different diets. These differences make each type of Wagyu unique. While the flavor profile of Japanese & Australian Wagyu is notoriously favored for its rich characteristics, American Wagyu still provides an exceptional eating experience but not as intense as the other two. The essence and heritage of American Wagyu are still notable. Expect tenderness, marble, and flavor to be superior to USDA Prime. Do not make the mistake to compare one with the other because they are very different on his own.
- Grade: Fullblood.
- Breed: Japanese Black
- Cattle Origin: Texas - Missouri, USA
- **Marbeling Score: 8+
- Weight: 13-15 LB avg. Each.
- Description: Individually Vacuum Sealed.
- Packaging: Branded Black Box..
- Condition: Product is frozen before shipping to lock in flavor and will arrive frozen or partially thawed.
** CURRENLTY USDA DOES NOT HAVE A SYSTEM TO GRADE MARBLE ON DOMESTIC WAGYU BEEF YET. THIS PROCESS IS HANDLE INTERNALY OR IN HOUSE BY EACH PRODUCERS COMPARE TO AUSTRALIAN OR JAPANESE WAGYU THAT ARE GOVERMENT REGULATED.
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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