Wagyu in japanese language

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In a friendly tone,

You say that you love Wagyu, but it’s so expensive.

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I recommend you check out this video.

Takeaway: Find out more about Wagyu (and other Japanese foods) by checking out this video.

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Wagyu is the name of a breed of cattle that is the most expensive in Japan. Only two types of cattle are raised in Japan: Shiro-Uma and Kinki-Uma. Wagyu (美羅) was created in Japan by crossing the cow (Aka-Uma) with a European breed of cattle (British Black Welsh Mountain Cow).

Wagyu is the name of a breed of cattle that is the most expensive in Japan. Only two types of cattle are raised in Japan: Shiro-Uma and Kinki-Uma.

Wagyu (美羅) was created in Japan by crossing the cow (Aka-uma) with a European breed of cattle (British Black Welsh Mountain Cow). Aka-umas have been used for centuries by Japanese farmers for their meat production. In this process, they crossbreed with other breeds, such as Piedmontese or Galloway cows, producing an animal that has characteristics from all three species but with noticeable differences depending on where it was born and how its genes were mixed.

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Wagyu beef is $$$$

Wagyu beef is the most expensive in Japan. The price of wagyu beef is around $$$$ per kilogram, which means it costs about three times more than regular Kobe beef (about $).

Wagyu cattle are raised uniquely to produce meat with high marbling and fat content. The heart has an extraordinary flavor because it contains high amounts of intramuscular fat (mm), which makes it incredibly tender when cooked at high temperatures.

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Source: “A Conversation with Superburo, Part 1” by Mike Topping and Brandon Stosuy, posted on The Kite String Tangle ( http://kittlestringarun.blogspot.com/2014/10/a-conversation-with-superburo-part-1.html )

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