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    The Hufeisen-Ranch (WYO Wagyu)

    Pasture Raised Mangalitsa Pork Chops

    Pasture Raised Mangalitsa Pork Chops

    Savor the exquisite taste of our Pasture Raised Mangalitsa Pork Chops, known for their remarkable marbling and succulence. These chops offer a gourmet dining experience with every bite. Whether you prefer grilling, pan-searing, or roasting, these chops are a culinary masterpiece waiting to be explored. Elevate your meals with the rich, full-bodied flavor of Mangalitsa Pork. Discover the excellence of heritage pork, delivered directly to your doorstep.

    2 steaks - 1in thickness

    No Hormones, No Antibiotics, Pasture-Raised 

     

    Regular price $44.00 USD
    Regular price Sale price $44.00 USD
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    Derrick

    First of all the product you receive is nothing like the picture. The second issue is that the chops are inconsistent. One package was .44lbs while another was .80lbs. Makes them difficult to cook four packs together. Lastly the meat is tough to be labeled as Wagyu. First time I felt I cooked them too long and made them tough and chewy so the second time I reduced my cook time AND used a thermometer and they still were tough. Sorry but not worth the price and effort. I can get as good or better chops from Whole Foods or my local grocery store for a third of the price of these supposed Wagyu pork chops. Very disappointed.

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      Derrick

      First of all the product you receive is nothing like the picture. The second issue is that the chops are inconsistent. One package was .44lbs while another was .80lbs. Makes them difficult to cook four packs together. Lastly the meat is tough to be labeled as Wagyu. First time I felt I cooked them too long and made them tough and chewy so the second time I reduced my cook time AND used a thermometer and they still were tough. Sorry but not worth the price and effort. I can get as good or better chops from Whole Foods or my local grocery store for a third of the price of these supposed Wagyu pork chops. Very disappointed.