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Japanese A5 Wagyu 5-10% off (Montreal Area Only)

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Nov 11, 2015
73 posts
100 upvotes
montreal

Japanese A5 Wagyu 5-10% off (Montreal Area Only)

Deal Link:
Savings:
5-10%
Expiry:
December 25, 2020
Retailer:
https://viandescrystal.com
THIS DEAL IS AVAILABLE IN MONTREAL ONLY!!!

Great deal for 2 or more pieces of Japanese A5 Wagyu for the holiday. 5-10% off already low prices. I haven't seen any lower anywhere in the Montreal area for Japanese A5. My go to place for steaks now.
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Member
Aug 4, 2010
335 posts
229 upvotes
Montreal, QC
Nice find.
Miyazaki excluded and pretty much all non-japanese wagyu sold out. You’re really left with a very limited selection of Japanese steaks
Member
Oct 20, 2008
260 posts
599 upvotes
Why the downvotes? They are very well received in the city.
Newbie
Mar 2, 2011
44 posts
12 upvotes
Montreal
Nice! i'll grab a few pieces! great rare delicacies for holidays!
Newbie
Dec 5, 2020
1 posts
1 upvote
Wow, thanks for sharing, been craving for authentic Japanese wagyu since Toyko!!! Must-try for the ones who haven't yet, heaven in your belly!
Newbie
Mar 2, 2011
44 posts
12 upvotes
Montreal
i hope they restock on US wagyu
Newbie
Feb 8, 2011
18 posts
12 upvotes
Nice! Was looking for idea for our Christmas dinner - anyone know if we can freeze these gem?
Member
Aug 4, 2010
335 posts
229 upvotes
Montreal, QC
luong786 wrote: Nice! Was looking for idea for our Christmas dinner - anyone know if we can freeze these gem?
They were delivered frozen, I put them immediately in freezer no issues
[OP]
Newbie
Nov 11, 2015
73 posts
100 upvotes
montreal
All of my orders came vacuum sealed but they weren't frozen. I was told to freeze up to 6 months and to defrost in fridge 24-36 hours before planning to cook.

On another note there seems to be more stock than yesterday for the Japanese A5.
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Jan 24, 2009
1308 posts
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Montreal
I can vouch for their steaks. U.S. Wagyu Contre Filet I tried was outstanding. Not melt in your mouth but with a little firmness to the texture as it should be.

2 steaks fed 4 people and there were leftovers. Cold the day after seemed even better tasting.

I also recommend reverse sear in the oven to just below your desired temperature then sear it in a hot cast iron skillet with a bit of butter 30 seconds per side. Open the windows and range hood on full blast, there will be a lot of smoke.

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