Agreed and no grissle, although they dont seem to taste as good as in previous years.
They are still £3.49 in Bournemouth but the sell by date is 25th August. i get them every time they come in as a special. Cooked slowly the are beautiful moist and don't shrink much at all. They are at least 1/2 inch thick when cooked. Yummy.
National pricing on these.
Wagyu means cow in Japanese. Just a normal cow. So a product labelled wagyu in the UK will be a cow originally bred from Japanese stock, which is otherwise reared like all cows in this country, unless specifically advertised otherwise. Despite the perception in the West, it doesn't denote premium Japanese beef, like Kobe beef. ..
OK, I'm getting that you dont know what Wagyu is and you are a geniune vegetarian, so here's the detail on Wagyu BEEF en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wagyu So its REAL MEAT, not a substitue