Blackmore Wagyu Beef “Investment Steak” from Gwen in Hollywood, CA
Australian Blackmore Wagyu is so tender they had to change the traditional grading system.
Wagyu is a misleading term in most places.
Few Wagyu cows are pure-bred, and inconsistencies in quality have seriously diluted the market. Blackmore is the exception to beat all other exceptions.
These pure-bred cows yield steaks that literally broke the Wagyu grading system, and they usually exceed the best possible score at competitions.
What used to be a 6-point grading system now stretches to 9 points, a reflection of the steaks’ ultra-tender, buttery qualities.
Believe me, it is super, and my favorite butcher shop in Los Angeles.
The price: $180/lb
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