June 15th, 2010
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Category: Ingredient
Definition: The flesh of domestic cattle over a year old, and, until recently, the most common meat in the American household. Veal is generally understood to be the flesh of cattle under three months old. Kobe [KOH-bee], or Wagyu [WASH-yoo], beef comes from a specific premium breed of cattle that is fed a special diet and whose meat is intensely marbled with fat

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