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Wagyu Burgers Tonight #8953083 11/11/23 01:26 AM
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Local ground and packaged wagyu beef. $6.99/lb. Just had to try them, and it was worth it - great flavor and juice!! Boiled some steak fry wedges for 10 minutes, then baked for 30 more to crisp them up. Nice burger dinner in the RV.

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Is wagyu burger grind worth it?


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No comparison when matching steaks. While it was an excellent burger, and only a dollar more than the deli price for 93% lean, I believe the cheaper regular 80/20 has better flavor and smash burgers char better. I would go back to regular ground beef, and add two more pieces of bacon!!! smile

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Originally Posted by redchevy
Is wagyu burger grind worth it?


If wagyu beef is higher fat is there really a difference between wagyu and 80/20 or 70/30 grinds?

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Not sure on burgers; but as a steak, it’s about as marbled as you can get, it’s almost strange, like you’re eating butter. $39 a pound typically.

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Had some wag yoo spen siv beef a while back in a Here's-a-care-package-you-greybearded-fart-you package

Just me- it was more squishy than a I care for my meat product to be.
Just about like a soft beef flavored spam.
I'm content with the cheap fatty hamburger patties cooked as a
hamburger steak myself if I want something similar. I still have a
couple of teeth left, so I'll stick to the stringy stuff for now

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Still never had Wagyu anything. Maybe will try some day.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Still never had Wagyu anything. Maybe will try some day.

When we are at my folks they have a monster H‑E‑B that stocks wagyu steaks. Picked up some incredibly marbled sirloins for same price as a cab ribeye. They were great. Never tried the ground heck I haven’t bought ground beef in I don’t know how long.


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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Still never had Wagyu anything. Maybe will try some day.

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Never had wagyu , May have to try it sometime. up

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All the beef I eat is wagu, I know a guy laugh
It is the only beef that I cannot screw up.


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It is a forgiving steak; you can run over, and the marbling will prevent overcooking.

Re: Wagyu Burgers Tonight [Re: skinnerback] #8954467 11/13/23 03:10 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Still never had Wagyu anything. Maybe will try some day.


^^^^
Me either.


Burger looks great up

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My HEB used to get waygu london broils in last year for $6.99 a pound. Super tender and would rival just about any prime ribeye out there. I've had a good bit of wagyu, wifes family buys a whole wagyu for butcher a year and gives us a quarter, but its not cheap. I never figured out why the london broils were so cheap. I would just buy a few pounds every time they were available. Haven't seen them again in about a year.

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