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A5 Wagyu - Brisket, Tenderloin, Striploin, and Rib Roasts

A5 Wagyu - Brisket, Tenderloin, Striploin, and Rib Roasts

This is the first time you can get A5 Wagyu Brisket in the USA. We’re super-excited to announce Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Brisket will be available only on Crowd Cow. https://www.crowdcow.com/holiday-wagyu-roasts How we did this? We went to Kagoshima, Japan. We met with the farmer who won the Wagyu Olympi...
How to Cook A5 Wagyu Tenderloin

How to Cook A5 Wagyu Tenderloin

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 t...
A5 Wagyu Dos and Donts

A5 Wagyu Dos and Donts

Tips to get the most out of A5 Wagyu, properly defrost it in the fridge up to 24 hours, not on the countertop or microwave Purchase award-winning Kagoshima A5 Wagyu: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
Crowd Cow Craft Steak Unboxing

Crowd Cow Craft Steak Unboxing

Get informed. Know the source. Eat better meat! https://www.crowdcow.com Crowd Cow sources meat from the country's best independent, family-run farms to offer the best pasture-raised, hormone-free, antibiotic-free beef, pork and chicken anywhere. We tell you EXACTLY where your meat comes from. Pick...
Chef John Howie Cooks Olive Wagyu

Chef John Howie Cooks Olive Wagyu

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.
Japanese Chef Explains Rating System

Japanese Chef Explains Rating System

In Osaka, Japan, we visited with Steak Sakura, a restaurant specializing in Kobe Beef. Crowd Cow CEO Joe Heitzeberg had a chance to sit down with the chef to discuss the history of Kobe beef including how it is raised, the history and how it is rated. Learn more: https://www.crowdcow.com/a5wagyu
Olive Wagyu - A Brief History

Olive Wagyu - A Brief History

Olive Wagyu is the rarest beef in the world. It originates on Shodoshima, an island in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan where one farmer, Masaki Ishii, fed pressed olive peels to his cattle to produce a succulent beef with boosted levels of heart-healthy oleic acid and umami flavors. Crowd Cow travels to Ja...
Easy Steak Dinner for Two at Home

Easy Steak Dinner for Two at Home

Nikki from Life Made Simply shows you how to cook an easy steak dinner for two at home with Crowd Cow steak. Enjoy! Visit Crowd Cow to become a steak holder today! Receive 1lb of ground beef for FREE with purchase https://www.crowdcow.com/lifemadesimply The very best beef from independent farms deli...
Crowd Cow Presents A5 Wagyu

Crowd Cow Presents A5 Wagyu

Kagoshima, Japan is famous for producing some of the very best beef on the planet - A5 Wagyu from the Kuroge Washu breed of cattle. It earned the highest average score at Japan's legendary "Wagyu Olympics" last year and is loved throughout the world for its melts-in-your-mouth tenderness and umami-pa...
A5 Wagyu Beef!

A5 Wagyu Beef!

Kagoshima, Japan produced the Wagyu beef with the highest average scores at the Wagyu Olympics last year -- an all-country competition in Japan that takes place one every 5 years. Crowd Cow has sourced A5 Wagyu direct from one of the very best producers in Kagoshima, Japan and make this available to...
How To Cook Wagyu Beef

How To Cook Wagyu Beef

Crowd Cow presents: How To Cook Wagyu Beef Incredibly marbled and best enjoyed with friends, our authentic A5 Japanese Wagyu will make you the hit of the holidays. Host a tasting event or give it as the ultimate food gift. We recommend cooking your A5 Wagyu a little bit at a time, cooking small st...
The History of Japanese Wagyu Cattle (Kuroge Wahshu)

The History of Japanese Wagyu Cattle (Kuroge Wahshu)

The word "Wagyu" simply means "Japanese Cow". There are 4 breeds of cattle native to Japan and one of these -- the Kuroge Washu - is special, because its unique genetics allows it to produce a high degree of fine-grained marbling on the interior of the meat. When this breed is raised in Japan by exp...

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