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  • Caffeine88
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    Those chuck roasts are amazing.

  • Huskee
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    Good reminder. I rarely think to order ground beef since I always tend to be after steaks and roasts but I should order it more too.

  • Mosca
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    All beef is getting so expensive at the grocery. That Wagyu ground beef is $5/lb if you get it in the 1/2lb patties. I added 10lbs to my order. For comparison, 80/20 Angus chuck hamburger was $6.99/lb when I was at the store on Tuesday, $4.69 in bulk.
    Last edited by Mosca; February 25, 2022, 09:24 AM.

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  • Smoking77
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    Originally posted by JoeSousa View Post
    I got a shipment from them last week. Some chuck roasts, tri tips, hangers, bavette, and ground beef. I have only eaten a tri tip so far but it was excellent. The packaging wasn't as good as most other online retailers I have dealt with but everything was still cold or mostly frozen when it arrived. And the prices are much better than most other American Wagyu I have seen. The chuck roast was about the same price as prime chucks at Costco.
    I had the same positives and negatives as you. The meat is excellent, but packaging isn't so great. Not a good seal on the meat (with the exception of the ground beef), so there's already ice crystals on it. It's interesting that there are some companies that get it right every single time, and others are hit and miss. Didn't think vacuum sealing meat properly would be a difficult thing to do.

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  • Mosca
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    Huskee Being retired now, I simply plan my orders so the delivery day falls on one that she’s working. Package arrives, product stored, box destroyed. It’s a perfect system, I tell ya!

  • Huskee
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    Mosca I just dropped $300 on a freezer restock. Picked up a couple tri tips, 4 steaks, a brisket and a couple beef ribs. Don't tell my wife. The PMC discount essentially gave me free shipping.

  • Huskee
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    Their chucks, with the sale and our discount, are cheaper than my local grocery store and local Sam's both for only Choice whereas these are upper Prime equivalent. Their steaks are outstanding too.

  • JoeSousa
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    I got a shipment from them last week. Some chuck roasts, tri tips, hangers, bavette, and ground beef. I have only eaten a tri tip so far but it was excellent. The packaging wasn't as good as most other online retailers I have dealt with but everything was still cold or mostly frozen when it arrived. And the prices are much better than most other American Wagyu I have seen. The chuck roast was about the same price as prime chucks at Costco.

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  • Mosca
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    Thanks. I was just looking at a recipe that called for flatiron steaks, that’s a good price.

  • Huskee
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    FYI, Click Akaushi Beef is still offering a lot of 20% off sales. Plus, as shown in the main top post, you get an additional 10% off with your code. The "chuck tender" roasts will make excellent pulled beef too w/o being as fatty.

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  • tmaan235
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    Heard that, I got to taste a part of a Waygu NY strip last year.
    They were given to a friends father as a gift and father doesn't eat much meat so son got the 2 steaks.
    Salted and grilled. Best piece of beef I ever had period. But in discussion after the fact the price just isn't worth it most of the time.
    Maybe New Years Eve with someone special.
    Troutman nailed it.

  • Huskee
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    No pics, didn't happen I know... but last night I made the 20 oz Akaushi NY strip steak along with a couple other steaks for the kids. Wife& I split it. We had surf & turf, she made shrimp scampi in the oven along with garlic sauteed green beans, mashed redskins and street cauliflower. A nice bottle of Napa Piccolo Cru red wine too.

    I front seared it and the others and used a kiss of alder wood on the coals. We both agreed it was one of the best steaks we'd ever had. I have 2 more smaller steaks from Click in the freezer and I can't wait, these are seriously good steaks.

    The steak when prepping of course didn't look like A5 Wagyu by any means, it looked to be in the upper echelon of Prime, but heavy marbling even for that. It was about 2" thick, it was sure a beauty. The taste was outstanding, super tender, and weighing it is was 1lb 4.9 oz, so just a tick over the promised 20oz. As the pocketbook permits, these will be something I will revisit for sure.

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  • klflowers
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    IFindZeroBadCooks thanks. I'll give them a shot sometimes. Like Huskee I am a new york strip kind of guy. I usually buy whole choice strips from the Fresh Market and get them to cut them for me; I haven't tried any kind of Waygu. I see it in a local specialty butcher but their prices are insane.

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  • TxF
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    Nice find, those are my neighbors about 10 miles up the road. for the time being it looks like they’re a little cheaper than the Prime cuts @ H‑E‑B.

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  • Huskee
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    His score has improved nicely since joining! We should report to Experian.

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