What Makes Wagyu Beef Smell So Good? Science Explains

What Makes Wagyu Beef Smell So Good? Science Explains

Greta Jochem

NPR

For about $150 per pound, dedicated carnivores and food connoisseurs alike can get their forks on a luxury: Wagyu beef. Its trademark marbled flesh and soft texture have launched the meat into caviar-like status. And because its fat has a melting point lower than the average human body temperature, it melts in your mouth. The vast majority of the beef comes from Japanese Black cattle.

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