"Ishiyaki" means stone grill and what better way to cook the world's rarest beef -- Olive Wagyu rated A5 from Kagawa, Japan than to cook it over a hot stone. A pinch of salt, a hot rock and this magnificent beef with it's incredibly high concentration of fine-grained umami-laden fat it all that's needed. Superb.
The owner of John Howie Steak and Seastar Restaurant talks about totally unique meats like Olive Wagyu. https://www.crowdcow.com/olivewagyu
He also sheds light on the importance of knowing how Crowd Cow works hard to get the very best meat available and ensure you know exactly where it comes from.
Cooking A5 Wagyu tenderloin steaks is simple to do. Follow these step by step instructions and you'll be enjoying one of the most precious cuts of beef available. Our meat tastes great and feels great. Shop our holiday gifts and order some today: https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu
Don't forget to try tasting slices of these filet mignon style cuts with sel gris (salt), wasabi, and soy sauce.
On a recent trip to Japan, Crowd Cow's founder, Joe Heitzeberg learned how the inawara rice straw and corn grown to feed the wagyu cattle are grown using fertilizer produced by those same animals.
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I spent days getting to know our small farms in Japan, including Aomine-san, one of the elite producers of the rarest beef on the planet: Olive Wagyu of Kagawa Prefecture, Japan.
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