Skip to comments.Forget Wagyu or Kobe – Korean Hanwoo might be the best meat on earth
Posted on 08/18/2018 7:56:01 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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Does Obama like it?
I’m afraid to ask what animal this meat comes from.
I massage my meat too. Bet it is better. LOL.
Kobe is a scam and the whole lot of that kind of beef is just too marbled. Fine for carpatchio or kibbe but not much else. Good aged grass fed free range beef has so much more flavor.
Dont throw away the leathery stuff. Great in stews.
I prefer Bison but I guess it is not a cow so to speak.
Human meat is the best. Along with some flava beans...
Beef. Korean beef is excellent and tends to be at the heart of most dining out there. That of course is after you’ve gotten past the twenty or so little plates and bowls of Kimchee varieties (some of which, like lining of third stomach of cow, are also beef based) and five or six bottles of Soju Rice Wine. They also produce very fine leather goods.
No, No... I have the best meat on earth.
And Chianti, don’t forget the Chianti.
We get our A5 wagyu from CrowdCow and LOVE it. Their grass fed/grass finished farms are nice as well for everyday use...
Many raise a hybrid called Beefalo.
I want to try some of that Heritage Pork I keep hearing about.
Cows so pampered they just die of a heart attack . . . < /s >
I’ve had good venison and terrible venison. No idea what the difference was.
Caribou is about as clean as you could ever imagine but it rather chewy and almost tasteless.
I’ve heard about these meat aging boxes that fit inside of your refrigerator and control humidity to perfection. It sounds interesting, if you like aged meat, which I think I do as most beef sold in the US is aged about 2 weeks. But I’ve had custom butchered meat which was aged for 6 weeks and the difference was quite noticeable. There are stories that I have heard about beef being age for 6 months and even a year and is sold in certain restaurants that are rather upscale and probably out of my price range. But I would like to try variety of aged beef just to taste the differences.
Hanwoo, you say. God Bless You.
Glad you sneezed in the other direction.
#17. Terrible venison - You just shouldn’t eat the horns.
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