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best ribeye of any and all waygus
Snake River farms waygu gold ribeye is the best ribeye period. Dont get me wrong but A5 waygu is great/amazing and everything but it's essentially pure fat, hard to eat more than a few ounces because its so rich. But the snake river farms gold ribeye is perfect because its still highly highly marbled. what sets it apart and this is the key is that it has such a nice beefy flavor. Flavor is insanely good. Much better than even Miyazaki A5, australian wagyu etc..it has such a nice red color. I cut the gold ribeye into slices and grill over japanese binchotan charcoal(same charcoal yakitori restaraunts use) with some crushed sea salt from the grinder and its literally the most amazing thing ive ever eaten. thank you snake river farms, its one of a few pleasures that is so worth the money!
Posted 4/20/2019 by stuart
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Very expensive but the flavor makes them worth every penny I spent. If cooked correctly, they areway beyod good....
Posted 4/17/2019 by Foxy Loxy
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Thank you for taking the to share your experience! We truly appreciate your feedback and are so happy to hear you enjoyed the American Wagyu Gold Grade Traditional Ribeye!
Yes, it's expensive but some of the best beef I have eaten. The flavor is devine and it's big enough, I can make two meals out of one steak.
Posted 4/1/2019 by Foxy Loxy
I bought these for my boyfriend for Valentine’s Day. Let’s just say that he may have fainted just a little after seeing the steaks come out of the box. Then he fainted some more after grilling these babies up. The meat was just so tender and delicious. Definitely getting these for my dad for his birthday. Thank you Snake River Farms.
Posted 3/1/2019 by Desiree
SRF Team : Thank you, Desiree! We are so happy these steaks were a hit!
Pay more get less
This has been my go to steak, until now. I'll probably still buy it, but under protest. This steak was 2 lbs., 32 oz. for $99. $3.09/ oz. Now it's 1.2 lbs., 19.2 oz. for $89. $4.63/ oz. That's the American way, pay more get less.
Posted 2/25/2019 by Richard