Translated from Japanese: Organic berries are hard to find, so I’m grateful. They’re frozen and broken, so they’re easy to use.
I put these raspberries with raw honey in yogurt for breakfast and ate it.
The acidity was moderate and it was broken, so they melted immediately when mixed and were delicious.
I'm going to put them in a smoothie next time.
Translated from Japanese: Originally, I didn’t like raspberries because they were sour and I was worried about the seeds, but when I bought this high speed blender and used these raspberries for a smoothie with bananas, it was so delicious that my image completely changed! The scent was very good, and even with almost no sweetener, only bananas were enough. They didn't seem sour and difficult to eat. Is it because they’re organic? When I looked it up, it seems that raspberries are very good for my health, so I would like to have them regularly from now on.
Translated from Japanese: I thought that the raspberries were broken into smaller pieces like the image, but unexpectedly large ones were included. I bought them for smoothies and jam, so I'm glad I bought it at a good price. The taste is also sweet and sour, which is very good.
Translated from Japanese: This is my third order. Most of my family eats yakiniku. I like eating it with grated ponzu sauce.
It doesn’t have a lot of fat and people who like fat may not be satisfied with it?! However, when I think about it carefully, the iron plate that I use for grilling at home has a drain, and the meat juice drips from the hole to the saucer below, so the fat drops and it turned into yakiniku with little fat.
The other day, when I tried cooking it in an iron skillet the way Horizon has recommended, it tasted sweet and juicy.
The fat-free roasted meat has a strong lean taste. I will enjoy preparing the meat in a fry-pan, too.
Translated from Japanese: I wondered if I could cook it at once when about 1.5 kg of meat arrived (two slightly thick pieces and one thin piece of meat folded). Based on the advice I saw on another butcher's site, it’s better to scrape off the fat and cut the skirt steak in parallel with the meat fiber, cut it off and soak a part for grilled meat, and make the thick part into a steak. The thin part was cut as thin as possible for Western-style sukiyaki, and the cut meat was chopped into hamburger steak. I thought it would be dry because I scraped off the fat, but when I ate it, it was delicious and I could clearly see the rich taste of the meat. It may have a slightly wilder taste than Wagyu beef. (It tastes like a hamburger). There was no odor of meat and I didn't mind it during preparation.
It's a little difficult to prepare, but I think it's a very affordable product with a good taste.
Translated from Japanese: Even if it was cooked in a simple way, it was soft and the taste was very good and juicy, and the whole family enjoyed it. This is a great deal, so I'll buy it again.
Translated from Japanese: I bought it at a great deal!
I ate grass-fed meat for the first time, but it was delicious without any odor and no grease! I want to buy it again!
Translated from Japanese: This is the right meat for all yaki niku lovers
I enjoyed this grilled meat in boiled wine! It was very delicious with plenty of delicious flavor whether it was grilled or boiled. I grilled the meat thoroughly by removing the fat and cutting it into pieces. I wasn’t sure about the 1.5 kg, but my family of four finished it in no time.
Translated from Japanese: It was a New Zealand beef with less fat. I baked it at a high temperature of 200 degrees for about 2 to 3 minutes. I ate it medium rare and it was very tasty, it goes great with Pauillac wines. I have made an additional order immediately.
Translated from Japanese: I bought it for the first time, but I was surprised that it arrived the next day.
I thawed it immediately and baked it until medium rare.
It was more voluminous than I expected, and it was delicious with no odor.
I'm happy to be able to eat healthy grass-fed steak at this price (^_^)
It's an era when food is commonplace, but sometimes I'm worried if it's really safe.
At one glance, I knew that it was as safe as the food is sold by Horizon Farms.
I hope that the food culture of animal welfare will spread more widely!
Translated from Japanese: If you're having trouble with the dinner menu, thaw it, bake it quickly, and serve it with wasabi soy sauce.
You can easily eat more steaks at home than in a restaurant!
Thank you. It was delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Because the cows were raised on grass they could eat and relax on, the meat is delicious and healthy. It’s also good I can easily eat a small amount!
Translated from Japanese: Although it is game meat, it has no odor at all, and it feels like lean pork that is easy to eat, so it is easy to use in any dish. It’s vacuum packed and frozen with streaks, so it can be used separately, which can be convenient. Will order again.
Translated from Japanese: I thought that wild boar meat had a smell, but it didn't smell as much as I expected and there was no fat, so I made spicy curry, which was convenient. Next time, I would like to buy minced deer.
The quality of this meat is outstanding. Knowing the boars have had a good, natural life means a lot to us and our customers. We will definitely be looking to order more of this tasty, free-range meat from Horizon Farms.
Translated from Japanese: A little less than half (2 out of 5 chunks) were scissors-grilled with 2 small lotus roots.
I only added garlic, small onions, potato starch, cooking liquor, and salt and pepper, mixed everything and cooked them.
There was no dullness and no fat and it tasted nice and firm.
The meat is full of autumn harvest flavor, I recommend it!
Translated from Japanese: I ordered it while wondering how big the dices were. I thought that if they were too big, they could be used for minced meat dishes, but they were fine and coarsely chopped, and could be used for hamburgers. They’re very convenient, sweet and delicious. I would be happy if there was a product that made a cube of stir-fried food (^^)
Translated from Japanese: Even I, who doesn’t usually like onions, enjoyed them.
Since it is originally finely chopped and frozen, it does not have the odor or irritation peculiar to onions, and it doesn’t take long to cook, so I am really grateful.
If HORIZON FARMS sells it, you may be able to eat it! I'm glad I bought it. Thank you sincerely.
Translated from Japanese: I bought them with interest after seeing your reviews.
The result is a great success! They were better than I expected.
Like the other people said, they can be used in various ways because they’re small.
For fried rice, soups and salads.
I think it has a wider range of use than ordinary broccoli.
I feel like I'll finish using them soon, so I'll reorder them as soon as possible!
Translated from Japanese: I'm not sure what the reason is, but it were very delicious. I put them in soup every day and eat them little by little.
Translated from Japanese: They arrived the day after I ordered them. I was surprised because it was so quick. Because these are b-grade small broccoli florets, I wanted to eat them as an ingredient to put in soup, quiche, and oatmeal. Therefore, I ordered them because the smaller ones are more convenient because they don't need to be cut. When I tried them immediately, they were sweet and delicious. They defrost quickly in the microwave, so I'm thinking of putting them in a smoothie, too.
Translated from Japanese: When I opened the pack, I thought they’re small, but when I tried using them that was an advantage. It doesn’t take long to defrost them. You can mix them with a salad and eat it raw (naturally thawed), or add it quickly when you want a little more green in pasta sauce, soup or stir-fry. They don’t have a strong taste, so I use them almost every day as a side dish! I want to order again.
Translated from Japanese: I just opened the pack, but it contains only very small scraps of broccoli of about 1 to 2 cm. It’s very disappointing. (Even though they’re mini, they’re smaller than the one below the image photo and I want you to change the size notation 💦) I tried to take out all the contents of the bag, but they’re all waste. I will never order again.
Translated from Japanese: When I opened the package, the sweet scent of the bananas spread out into the room. As you can see in the explanation, the sliced bananas were out of shape and stuck together in chunks.
I took out as much as I used, thawed it, and used it for pancakes. They were easy to crush, so they’re easy to use.
The baked pancakes had a nice aroma of bananas, and the taste was solid and delicious.
I think they can be used for muffins and bread.
Translated from Japanese: When I was looking for delicious lamb meat with no odor, I was able to find this shop!
Lamb meat is definitely better from New Zealand compared to domestic.
The other meats are also delicious, and above all, I am grateful for your service and that you hurry with your shipment and fulfilled my expectations!
This is my second purchase and I definitely want to buy it again.
Thank you very much.
Translated from Japanese: These lamb chops are so delicious that I don't know how many times I have ordered them already. I always have them in stock!
Translated from Japanese: I bought them for BBQ, but they were smaller than I expected.
Translated from Japanese: Thank you for the quick response. There was no unpleasant smell and it was very delicious.
Translated from Japanese: Organic meat is very valuable. I want to thank you for animals that were raised preciously by farmers. To reduce waste, it would be good if they could sell their bones and organs someday for dogs and other pets, too.