Translated from Japanese: Bacon that is safe and safe to eat. It was so delicious that I can’t eat any other bacon anymore. It’s a problem if there is no stock in the refrigerator. I’m always grateful for your good products.
Translated from Japanese: I bought them because I wanted to eat bacon that I could eat with confidence. It has a spicy aroma and is delicious. I'm about to finish eating it soon.
Some of the best bacon I’ve had in Japan! Would happily eat again.
Translated from Japanese: I had ordered a lot the other day, so I didn't notice this arrived and forgot to take it out. I found it left behind in a cardboard box after about two days! I thought it would be okay, so I deliciously ate it at my own risk. This is our standard product now.
Translated from Japanese: I expected additive-free and salt-free, but the spices are so strong that it’s quite salty. After eating, I’m unusually thirsty. I want you to make it without spices.
Translated from Japanese: I always buy Australian products when I want to make bone broth and this is my first time trying Austrian products. The 500g size is also small and easy to handle and I felt that there was a strong tendency for it to become gelatinous (collagen?) when the bone broth is refrigerated. As for the taste, both are perfectly delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I cook this oxtail and meat guy's beef tendon for 12 hours to make curry.
Does it take so long because it’s grain-finished? I'm grateful that you can get grass-fed meat at this price.
The meat also comes off smoothly.
Translated from Japanese: This is my favorite taste of bone broth soup.
If you pay attention to the water and oxtail added, collagen will come out and it will become plump after boiling for a long time. It's possible to freeze the soup stock.
Translated from Japanese: I always buy it to make tail soup. Domestic Wagyu beef has a lot of oil, but this one has a moderate amount of oil and is delicious as it is without any preparation.
Translated from Japanese: I bought these to make bone broth easily and they were better than I expected.
Preparing the meat beforehand is recommended because it can be finished deliciously with salt and pepper without any odor by removing the lye only once.
It was delicious even with oatmeal and risotto.
Translated from Japanese: A staple in my home! Great for lunch boxes and other dishes when you have trouble with breakfast!
I’m grateful that the safe and secure bacon is so delicious ☆
Translated from Japanese: I was looking for additive-free bacon. It was very delicious. It’s delicious with fried rice and eggs, too.
Translated from Japanese: I bought it once and it was delicious so I ordered it again. Commercially available bacon has a lot of additives and the meat itself is not safe, so I’m grateful for this product.
I cut it into small pieces and stored it in the freezer.
For breakfast, I eat bacon with frozen spinach I bought here with eggs.
Translated from Japanese: This is a reorder. Time-consuming, additive-free bacon tends to be expensive, but I was able to buy this with confidence because the quality and price are well-balanced.
Translated from Japanese: I bought it with organic butter and it turned out very useful for breakfast. After baking the eggs in a hot frying pan, I think that the scent of smoke stands out when I cook this bacon on both sides for a little while and I think that this makes them even more delicious. They’re very delicious when served with raw vegetables.
Translated from Japanese: They were delicious when baked in an oven toaster while frozen. If you bake them well, they will become crispy. If you bake them lightly, they become soft.
Translated from Japanese: It was crispy and fluffy and delicious. It's frozen, but it's amazing!
Garlic salt goes well with it, so it was perfect with beer.
Translated from Japanese: Whenever I order something here, I also order these.
With their crispy texture and flavor, you can eat a bag in no time!
They're delicious and I recommend them.
Translated from Japanese: This is the first time I’m having such delicious frozen potatoes. At first, I fried them in rice bran oil while they were frozen, but recently I’ve been baking them in the oven because you can enjoy the texture even more. I think they were sold out for a long time, so I'd be happy if they were in stock when I want them.
Translated from Japanese: I baked it in the oven. The insides are moist and the surroundings are crispy.
This is the first time that frozen potatoes have been so delicious.
I think the price is cheap since they’re organic.
Translated from Japanese: I didn't think it was too big in the previous bag, so after it was divided into 250g pieces, I felt a little disappointed that the lengths were uneven and the beans had heads attached.
Translated from Japanese: Until now, 1kg were packed in one big bag, so it was quite annoying in the freezer, but this time it was divided into 4 bags, so I was grateful that the inside of the freezer was not bulky.
The taste of the beans themselves is strong and delicious. I will continue to order here.
Translated from Japanese: I microwaved them and put them in my salad, but I think the texture is a little hard.
Translated from Japanese: Generally, these are thinner than Japanese organic green beans and they seem to have less water content, there’s only a little bit of chewiness to them, but the flavor is strong and delicious. It’s convenient that you can take them out of the freezer and use them the way they are. I definitely want to keep them in stock in my freezer!
Translated from Japanese: It’s necessary to always have green beans at home. It’s convenient that you can use them at any time since they are frozen. If you have space in your freezer, I recommend them. It’s different from the green beans that are properly frozen, thick and with no flavor. Because they’re thin, you can use them for goma-ae (a dish), which I’m thankful for. Even though they’re frozen, they’re delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I make a smoothie with them, yogurt and lemon in a Vitamix and have it every morning. I’m grateful that safe and secure kale is available frozen.
Translated from Japanese: I was finally able to purchase a product that had been sold out for a long time. The cube type seems to be easy to use, but I thought it would be easier to use if it was crumbly. Also, I'd be happy if this product was also subdivided into smaller portions.
Translated from Japanese: Kale has the image of green juice, but I used it for omelet. It was sweet and delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I bought it because I wanted to incorporate kale into my daily diet.
I have read the article that frozen kale has higher antioxidant power, and blanching is the next best treatment after steaming. In addition, this product uses organic kale, so I wondered if it's good.
I don't feel any bitterness, probably because I put it in miso soup. It might have been unsatisfying on its own, maybe I just wanted to eat it as a habit so much (laughs).
Usually, I wash spinach and Japanese mustard spinach that I bought myself, drain them, cut them into a size that can be used as a soup ingredient, and store them in the freezer. It was always a lot of work and it wasn't organic, so this product is rather convenient.
I don't know if I'll buy it again... If you're willing to make your own frozen stock with organic greens, I think it would be cheaper.
Translated from Japanese: There are so many inside the bag. Both humans and dogs can eat it, so a large amount is useful. It’s also good to be able to eat with no worries.
Translated from Japanese: My family loves green peas, so I often eat them, but this product is very delicious. I use it a lot, so I'm grateful for its large size.
Translated from Japanese: They’re very different from the green peas sold at Japanese supermarkets. It’s more delicious than expected.
Translated from Japanese: They look like raw green peas. They’re completely different from other frozen ones.
Translated from Japanese: Since it's organic, both humans and dogs can eat it with confidence. I always have it in stock.
Translated from Japanese: It was said that it was cut into small pieces, so I bought it for miso soup. Even when sautéed, it can be grasped with chopsticks, so it’s also useful for garnishing.
The taste and aroma were strong, so it was very good.
Translated from Japanese: It’s convenient that you can take out as much of these cubes as you like and use them for anything in case of an emergency. As homemade pizza toppings, put it in the oven first to remove some water before using it, you can mix it with beaten eggs and bake it flat, you can also use it for a hamburger sandwich, which makes it a dish that both children and adults can appreciate. I’m buying them again today.
Translated from Japanese: Will it melt? Is it good as baby food?
I always cook crunchy spinach and eat it with dried bonito flakes, sesame sauce, so if this good quality is too soft, I won’t like it.
I have to learn how to cook it. Because it's good for your health.
Very good quality!! Love the 3 package deal.
Translated from Japanese: They’re convenient to use for miso soup in a heated pot. I used to use frozen roses before, but I didn't like the fact that they gradually shattered in the freezer. It’s also good that they can be used without breaking them until the end. The cubes are not the same size, so I wanted them to be the same at first, but recently I realized that I could adjust the amount myself, and I'm wondering if this is also an advantage.
Baked my own bread and used this as a dip for the bread. It was delicious!
Translated from Japanese: This is my second time ordering. If you put 3 packs in our freezer, it will be bulky, so I always think, "Let's make this the last order! I'll do my best to make space for frozen fruits!" But this is so delicious, I can’t stop wanting more!!!
This soup was very easy to prepare and a great dish to add to a hearty meal or even light salad. My family has been busy lately and this was perfect for a quick meal side. I haven't tried it as a gravy, but I'm sure it would be delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Even though it's salt, it's sweet, or it's not salty and has a strong flavor, so I rely on it a lot. (Of course, it has a salty taste)
Translated from Japanese: I really like flax salt and the gentle taste! Every dish has a completely different taste, so I realized that salt is really important. Aside from that, it's fun to sprinkle flake salt on food like a chef, and my son cooks with me.
Translated from Japanese: It was mild and had no unpleasant saltiness. I thought that all the salt was the same, but for the first time I felt that it was delicious salt.
Jaga butter, salad, everything goes well with it, and above all, the meat feels more delicious. It’s flaky and looks good, and is used as an accent by shaking it on the plate at the end of cooking.
Translated from Japanese: Sorry for the late review. My order has arrived safely.
I haven't eaten it yet, but it looks delicious, so I'm looking forward to it.
I would like to order again.
Translated from Japanese: Whether I overlooked the notation that it was small or it was a recent change, it was much smaller than shown in the photo. I think it would be nice to have a size that can be eaten with chopsticks, as you can cut it later.
When it comes to meals, I had them for soup, cream pasta, and curry.
The taste was solid and the aroma was good, so I'm looking forward to eating it in the future.
Because of the TINY pieces, it is very easy to use! Perfection!
Translated from Japanese: It’s very sweet and delicious broccoli that is salt-free and organic.
The size is also cut to large pieces and they’re very satisfying to eat.
Thaw as much as you eat and then lightly heat the broccoli in the microwave and sprinkle with organic lemon juice or tomato puree.
I have it every day.
I think that it’s a really recommended gem because it’s a discerning manufacturing method that does not impair nutrients.
I will purchase it in bulk next time.
Translated from Japanese: My daughter told me that it was easy to use! Thank you very much!
Translated from Japanese: I've never seen this type of mozzarella cheese. It tastes good and it's very convenient to cook. I will keep it on hand from now on.
Translated from Japanese: I put it on pizza before I baked it. It's the most satisfying cheese I've ever had. Even if I eat a lot, I don’t feel bloated and very happy. I think it's a very good product.
Translated from Japanese: Be sure to put it on pizza bread or homemade pizza and before baking it. It’s mild and very delicious! It’s useful because it's frozen.
Translated from Japanese: The texture, taste, and usability are good, so I'll keep buying them.
Translated from Japanese: I feel that the taste of milk is strong. They’re delicious!
When one item is not enough, you can easily make a salad and save time, too! They’re small and easy to eat, so I recommend them!
Translated from Japanese: I bought it as an assorted set, and I didn't expect much from the image of minestrone in general, but all the vegetables are soft and light and they have a nice salty and herb scent and were very delicious anyway!
I’m very satisfied with the safe and delicious vegetables that can be taken on a business trip with just hot water.
Next time, I will reorder this minestrone again.
Translated from Japanese: I was looking for something organic you can eat with confidence! You can use it for fried rice, curry, etc.
Translated from Japanese: The taste of each vegetable comes out properly and I’m eating it very deliciously.
Translated from Japanese: It was a good buy with colorful and delicious vegetables, each one of which were very sweet.
Translated from Japanese: I always cook it with meat. It used to be a 1 kg type, but now it’s a 250 g x 4 bag type, so you can use up one at a time. It’s very delicious and you can eat it with no worries.
Translated from Japanese: A delicious and convenient vegetable mix that is good for your health.
The recommendation is to mix it with organic ketchup rice! To finish, make a fluffy omelet and eat it on top of ketchup rice with plenty of this vegetable mix.
It tastes very good!
I think that many people who don’t usually like vegetables can eat these. It's nice to have a lot of them in one bag.
Translated from Japanese: I tried it once and it was delicious, so I ordered again. The second time, my husband and I ate up 1 kg (laughs), so it's easy to eat. Occasionally, the fat has an aged odor like lamb, but my family didn't mind and it was delicious. It's expensive to eat in one day, but I still have small children and can't go out to eat anyway, so I buy it from time to time.
Translated from Japanese: It was my first time eating European beef and it had no odor and was delicious. I would like to order again.
Translated from Japanese: we usually buy bacon at a natural food store or a co-op that puts extra attention on food safety and when I first ordered butter here, I found out that bacon is also available. The pork here is safer than the one I usually buy and the unit price per 100g is cheaper! (When I first bought some butter and bacon slices, I sent it to family members living away, so I couldn't check the taste myself, but I heard that it was spicy and delicious.) I bought butter for the second time. When I did, I found out that it’s sold in blocks, so I bought it for myself this time. It was completely different from the bacon sold at other stores (natural food stores and co-ops) and looked like pastrami pork. It’s recommended to cook it after thawing. I cut it to a thickness of about 5 mm at my own risk, took a bite and was addicted to the taste. I thought it would be more delicious if I heated it at a low temperature so that the fat part would loosen, but I wait and ate everything as it was. The fat layer of the raw pork is thinner than the bacon I have eaten so far, the proportion of lean meat is high and the inside as well as the outside of the meat is spicy, it didn’t seem greasy and I couldn’t stop eating when I started. After finishing, I didn’t feel like I ate something fatty. There is a possibility that the price will change due to exchange fluctuations, but I like the value, safety and spicy taste compared to the bacon I bought so far, so I will switch to this bacon (block) from next time.
Translated from Japanese: While looking for additive-free, salt-free bacon, I checked the reviews and gave this one a try. It’s a gentle bacon with modest smoke, salt and spices. As you cook it, the taste is condensed, so you may have to consider that when using seasoning. I think that the cost performance is by far the best among additive-free and salt-free bacon. I prefer rock salt to sea salt and it has a slightly firmer taste, so I chose four, but the type of salt I use depends on the dish I want to cook, so I think I'll probably order again.
Translated from Japanese: Since it’s a block, I cut it with a frozen food knife. I really like the spices used.
Translated from Japanese: Since I’m on dialysis, I’m happy to be able to get bacon that doesn’t use phosphate. I enjoy cutting it into fried rice and putting it in dry curry.
Translated from Japanese: This is my second time ordering.
The first time was very delicious so I ordered again.
I was looking for bacon to use for quiche.
There aren't many places that offer unsalted bacon.
Moreover, because it’s a block, you can freely change the size.
If you cut it into large pieces and put it in quiche, you can feel the presence of bacon.
It’s very tasty.
I will order it again many times.
Translated from Japanese: After thawing only 300g, my child ate all of it, so I quickly thawed another pack.
Grass-fed meat is healthy, but I thought that Wagyu beef tastes better, so I didn't expect it at all, but it's delicious. The beef tongue I got from Jojoen before was about 5,000 yen per plate, so if they had the same price, I’d choose this one here.
I used beef tallow while cooking and I'd be happy if Horizon Farm had diced beef tallow.
Translated from Japanese: The amount was quite large, so I ate only a selected number of slices for different times. They became a small beer snack and the taste was delicious, so I was very satisfied. Thank you for your safe products.
Translated from Japanese: It was delicious last time, so this is my second purchase. It contains 300g, but about 250g can be eaten by oneself in no time. I used to cook it as it is, but I think it's okay to boil it next time. I will buy it again.
Translated from Japanese: You can eat it with a peace of mind and it’s very delicious! I think I will order it again.
Translated from Japanese: I've been eating thick-sliced beef tongue a lot these days, so I felt this was quite thin. I lightly seasoned it with salt and pepper and served it with green pepper miso. It was easy to eat and very delicious.
Translated from Japanese: It’s a product that has been certified organic by the European Organic Certification Authority (EU). However, in Japan, it’s not treated as an organic JAS due to the bilateral system.
I think there are many organic JAS products out there, but I don't really understand the meaning...
It seems that chemical substances are not used for the time being... Previously, it was 1 kg, but it has been changed to 2.5 kg. It fills up the freezer. The taste is very delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Since it has a very large capacity, it’s better to purchase it with consideration of the space in one’s freezer. As it’s frozen, it’s easy to use. I use a handful for baby food, kakiage, fried rice and gratin.
Translated from Japanese: They’re sweet and addictive. I was happy to have so many. I eat them with stir-fried potatoes. I will buy them again when I run out.
Translated from Japanese: It was a tremendous volume haha. I couldn't fit it in the freezer, so I used half of it to make corn soup and it was insanely sweet and awesome!!!!
Translated from Japanese: I put it in soup and fried rice. I am very satisfied with the sweet taste in addition to the firm texture.
Translated from Japanese: I’m satisfied with the thickness and size that can be used for various dishes.
The milky taste, which is not salty, was also good.
I’m very happy because there are no additives such as preservatives like many Japanese manufacturers use.
Translated from Japanese: I like to eat it as it is, but when I wrap it and let it dry naturally, the circumference become dry, so I cut off the surroundings and use it as shredded cheese. The quality of our freezer may not be good, but it’s perfect if you thaw it naturally and eat it as it is in the center and bake/melt the outside. And the amount of 2kg of cheese was surprisingly large (the image is about two 2L PET bottles). When I worried about it going bad, I hurriedly shared it with my neighbors and said "It was delicious! Frozen slices are super convenient!" :)
Translated from Japanese: I put them on top of my vegetable soup while they’re still frozen.
They were very delicious when I baked them in the oven ♪
I divided them into small pieces and froze them, but it seems that they will be gone soon!
Translated from Japanese: Delicious. However, I think it would be better if they were a little smaller.
Translated from Japanese: How many times have I purchased it (already)? I like to have it with coffee during afternoon tea time.
Translated from Japanese: It's very beautiful meat. I'm can't wait to eat it. I want to eat it with only salt and pepper.
Translated from Japanese: I cooked it with salt and pepper. The meat was tender and very delicious. I'm really grateful that you can eat something with a peace of mind.
Translated from Japanese: I put them on top of cut tomatoes and sprinkled them with olive oil. It's high quality, moderately salted and the best.
Translated from Japanese: It was easy to use because it was divided into 100g pieces.
I put it in cobb salad and when making croquette and it was delicious. It was richer than the supermarket mozzarella and it was very delicious.
Translated from Japanese: The unique smell of blue cheese is not there and it's delicious. It's frozen so you don't have to rush to consume it, so it's very convenient. I want to try other cheeses.
Translated from Japanese: This product is delicious. I like it.
I bought 200g first and ordered the big pack the second time.
However, it's more convenient to have a 200g container with a zipper.
Translated from Japanese: This is my third time ordering. I used to eat a lot of camembert, but since I’ve tried gorgonzola cheese, I’ve been eating only this. It’s easy to use and really delicious.
Translated from Japanese: I’m ordering again. I put brown sugar powder on top of the frozen cheese which changed it into an amazing sweet treat.
Is that wrong???
Translated from Japanese: Up until now, I ate raw carrots after chopping them. If you chop raw carrots and mix them with a lot of gorgonzola cheese, your carrot salad grades up. For the time being, it seems to work.
Translated from Japanese: It's nice to know how to cook.
Often, I slightly insert a thermometer and check the temperature each time,
If that is the case, it’s troublesome to insert it many times and it’s also troublesome to leave dirty things.
This product is very convenient because you can leave it inserted from the beginning.
However, there are times when it takes some strength to insert it, depending on the type of meat, my lack of strength, etc.
Therefore, I removed 1 star.
Translated from Japanese: The time it takes for the meat to cook depends on the coldness of the meat just before cooking and the oven used, but it’s highly recommended for those who don’t know how to cook.
In addition, this product seems to be usable for meat with a thickness of 2.5 cm or more.
There is no Japanese in the attached manual, but Horizon Farms will add a Japanese explanation, so I think that you can use it even if you cannot read the attached manual.
The rump roast will flash to let you know when the meat has reached the right temperature, but it doesn't make a sound, so you need to keep an eye on the rump roast while you're grilling the meat.
I immediately tried using it when grilling beef rump roast and pork shoulder and both were very satisfying. After all, there was a difference of a few minutes between the reference baking time written in the recipe and the actual time taken, so I was glad I had the Steak Champ thermometer.
“I bought good meat but failed to cook it!” I'm glad that I don't have to worry about this anymore.