What is the Best Steak in the World?

We all love that savory flavor that touches our palettes every time we eat a piece of steak. Makes my mouth water when I think of it. Basically, there’s a battle of cattle between two types of beef for the throne of the best beef in the world. Kobe (KO-BEH) and Wagyu (WA-GOO). Both of them are from Japan. So what’s so special about these beef? What’s up with all this fuzz? Let’s see.

Kobe and Wagyu. What’s the difference?

Kobe and Wagyu

This is Kobe, and this is Wagyu.

Both of them are from Japan so they must be connected from one another. You are absolutely correct. Kobe is a kind of Wagyu. But not all Wagyu are Kobe. Get it? Kobe is just a regional style of Wagyu. Guess where it came from? Correct again! Kobe, Japan! Kobe and Wagyu is renown for their rich flavor, unique texture and marbled fat. And of course, their high prices.

Kobe is just a variety of Wagyu. Now you know.

Is it Legit?

The bad news about all the Kobe lovers out there is that most of the restaurants that claim to be serving Kobe beef is a scam. It tastes like Kobe so it must be Kobe. Think again. It’s hard to find a restaurant in America that serves real Kobe beef. The Kobe beef in their menu is almost always a lie. If you want to taste the real thing, I suggest that you book a ticket to Japan right now and eat the genuine thing.


With that outrageously high prices, Wagyu beef certainly is a high-end class of meat. Some say that it is overrated. I don’t know. It tastes good, but the price is just so freaking high. Only you can judge.

But be careful of eating too many steak. It can mess up your bowel movement. You should partner it up with juice or tea. Juicing can cleanse the body and detoxify it. Click here to learn more about the benefits of juicing. If you love that beef so much then you should go to Japan and see what they do to make those cattles taste good.


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