A cross between Japanese Wagyu and American cattle, American Wagyu beef has a similar marbling to Japanese beef but a flavor and texture that's uniquely American Wagyu. It's still a rarity in stores, but you might get lucky if you ask your local butcher for it. Should you get an opportunity to experience this rich and premium beef, you'll never forget the taste!
What’s the difference between Wagyu vs Kobe, and are they really better than Prime US Grade A beef? We're breaking down everything you need to know about Wagyu beef, dispelling some myths, and even showing you how we butcher a Wagyu cow. Check it out!