What is Marbling

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The reason for Wagyu beef’s high-quality marbling is its genetics. The cattle are bred to produce a higher percentage of intramuscular fat (IMF), which makes the meat tender and flavorful. Wagyu cattle are bred to produce more intramuscular fat, which gives the meat its buttery texture and intense flavor.

Meat Shop in Lynden

Meat Shop in Lynden

At Oostema Wagyu Beef, we provide farm-to-table beef to local residents of Whatcom County, Washington.

Best Cuts of Wagyu Steaks

Wagyu beef is known for its high levels of marbling, which contributes to its unique flavor and tenderness.

What Are The Cuts Of Beef?

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There are many different cuts of beef available, each with its own unique flavor and texture. From the flavorful and tender inside skirt steak

Wagyu vs Store Beef

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If you’re a meat lover, you’ve probably heard of Wagyu beef, a high-quality, marbled meat that’s prized for its rich flavor and tender texture. But did you know that there’s a big difference between the Wagyu beef you buy at the store

How to cook Wagyu?

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Cooking Wagyu is easy. Keep it simple and let the rich beef flavors play a starring role. Wagyu beef, also known as Kobe beef, is prized for its intense marbling, rich flavor, and tender texture. Here are some tips and tricks for cooking wagyu steaks to perfection: Room temperature: Take the steak out of the refrigerator and […]

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