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Advice: Cooking an american wagyu flat iron

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    Advice: Cooking an american wagyu flat iron

    Im guessing its not going to be too different from doing a reg flat iron. Hot and fast to medium rare? Im also assuming it might cook faster? Never really cooked wagyu before but i know a few people here have so just wondering if there are any specific watch outs or tips etc.

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    #2
    I think you better send that to me and I'll evaluate the cook and let you know. Ok?

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    • HawkerXP
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      I thought your old avatar was scary.

    • grantgallagher
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      hahahaha

    #3
    I like wagyu done a bit further than regular prime and lower. I think because the fat needs to render a bit.

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    • grantgallagher
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      Potkettleblack so would you recommend a little 2 zone to render the fat or just take it a little higher on the hot and fast side?

    • Potkettleblack
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      Either way. I don't usually like anything cooked medium, but I think wagyu is better that way. Flatiron may work differently.

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    good lord

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    • Mr. Bones
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      Indeed, Brother!
      Whadda they raise these cattle on? Twinkies an Ho-Hos?

      Are they even slaughtered, or jus keel over from a MCI, at 2-3 yrs old?

      Dayumm, that's Marblin City...

    • texastweeter
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      looks like my liver

    #5
    Beautiful piece of meat, eagerly awaiting pictures of your cook. I bought a wagyu flatiron that arrived today. Can't wait to cook it but I'm going to wait on my Rancho Gordo bean shipment.

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    • Mr. Bones
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      An excellent pairin, lookin forward to that event, Brother!
      Curious bout bevvies choice, fer that menu...

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    • Ahumadora
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      The correct advice would have been : Bring it to my house and cook it!! My favourite cut o beef... looks smashing!!

    #7
    I was gonna recommend a front sear.

    honestly with good meat you don’t need to worry about gray bands. Good meat cook well is tender AF despite gray band.

    That cook looks great!!!

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      #8
      Oh my lord that looks delicious.

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