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We can finally introduce our all new grass-fed roast beef! This roast beef uses the grass-fed beef from New Zealand that you all know and love. 100% grass-fed, free-range, and delicious! We remove the excess fat from the inner thigh or topside of the beef, season with French Guérande salt and pepper, and finally bake it carefully. To thoroughly enjoy the beautiful flavors of the exquisite meat, we only seasoned this with salt and pepper.
This is perfect for anyone who isn't that confident in the kitchen! No cooking required! All you have to do is to let it thaw out naturally in the fridge. Once it's thawed out, slice into thin slices, and serve! Try it out first without any sauces to experience the natural flavors of the beef.
Enjoy this beautiful roast beef for dinner, home parties, Christmas, New Year's, or whenever! This is also a perfect gift for your anyone who loves meat!
1 block is 250g. Serves 3-4 people. It may not look like much, but once it's all sliced up, there's more than enough! (Check out the photo of the roast beef on a plate!)
This product also comes with a special soy sauce-based sauce that goes great with roast beef!
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Since it's already been cooked, all you gotta do is slice it thin, and gobble it up!
Slice it up with a well sharpened knife. About 2-3mm is the best thickness.
Try it out first as is, without any sauces to experience the beautiful flavor of the meat!
After that, you can use the included sauce and even add wasabi (if you can handle it).
The Meat Guy also recommends...
・Use it as a salad topping!
・Roast beef rice bowl
・Roast beef sandwich
・Slice thin and use on fried rice
Roast beef tastes best right after slicing. Serve it up and consume as soon as possible! Enjoy!
◆French Guérande Salt
To bring out the delicious flavors of the beef, we used French Guérande salt. This salt comes from the seawater in the Guérande salt marshes in the south of Brittany Peninsula, France. It is harvested by salt workers during the summer when the saltwater from the fields crystallizes. If you are a foodie, you've probably heard of how delicious this special salt is! Not only that, it's also rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium. Get all the nutritious benefits from this natural-tasting salt!
◆New Zealand Grass-fed Beef Cattle
New Zealand has a mild climate all year-round, which allows the place to have nutritious, open pastures. That, together with abundant precipitation and water resources make it an optimal place for grazing. The land stretches out to a total of about 10 million hectares, allowing the cattle to have plenty of room to graze freely. Because of all this abundance, the cattle can grow up in a stress-free environment. They won't need to use any growth-promoting hormones or antibiotics. Like red fish like tuna and bonito, grass-fed cows are rich in inosinic and glutamic acid, which are great umami components! More than that, the meat is low in calories, fat and cholesterol, and rich in protein, iron and zinc. All of which are essential for health and beauty! This meat is perfect for those who are either on a diet or in training. The cherry on top of this meaty sundae: It's also rich in omega-3 fatty acids! What more can you ask for?!
Ice Water Thawing Method: Thaw at a low temperature to prevent losing all its umami goodness.
Please avoid thawing at room temperature, running water or using the microwave.
◆Ice Water Thawing
Prepare plenty of ice water in a bowl, double-bag the meat, then submerge in the ice water. The thawing time will vary depending on the thickness of the meat, but will be half-thawed in about an hour (which will make it easier to slice).
Simply transfer the meat from the freezer to the refrigerator 12 hours before you plan on eating it! This is the most easiest, and best way to thaw meat!
Review of this item
Excellent when there`s no time to cook