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Wagyu sirloin #7747298 02/16/20 03:40 AM
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Saw Wagyu sirloin at HEB this morning. Anybody tried it? It looked really lean.


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Probably is American Wagyu. Wagyu doesn't have to be prime. If it looks lean it's most likely overpriced marketing hype. Buy what looks good to you.

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Originally Posted by jetdad
Probably is American Wagyu. Wagyu doesn't have to be prime. If it looks lean it's most likely overpriced marketing hype. Buy what looks good to you.



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I thought sirloin was naturally lean, compared to other steak cuts. Such as ribeye, NY strip.


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It is a leaner cut. There just isn't any difference in grade with a Wagyu and say an Angus. Grade is grade. It's when you get up into the ultra prime grades (A5) that you find a difference in Wagyu vs other breeds. Some breeds just won.t get there with a high yield. I've fed out Holsteins that turned out great (high end choice), but it's not you best yielding animal. You wind up paying for hype for Wagyu a lot of the time. I had a few Wagyu at one time. It's all about how they are fed. Otherwise, they're just another beef cow IMO. Just buy what looks good to you. I used to buy A5 Wagyu back when it was not so ridiculously priced and it is absolutely wonderful. I'm just not going to pay over $100 for a single steak.

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