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A pack of cuts from the beef tail. Each slice is about 2.5cm thick (1 inch) and enough for plenty of beef bone broth for the whole family. Cooked long enough the meat will turn rich gelatinous. Simmental beef is a common breed in western Europe and known for its portion sizes, distinctive beefy flavor, and tenderness. These oxtail cuts are made for slow cooking. Compared to our Morgan Ranch Beef, the Austrian oxtails are less marbled and therefore produce a less rich bone broth. However, in terms of quality, this Austrian beef definitely tops every supermarket-bought commodity meat.
The cattle are bred free-range in small groups on the open pastures of the pristine hills and alps of Austria by family farm alliances. The feed is in-house grown and the beef is AMA certified (well known in Austria) meaning all produce has been certified of Austrian origin.
The cattle are grass-fed their entire lives and if lush green grass is not available due to the season or weather - especially during the winter - the cattle are fed a mix of all-natural grains and vitamins - all free of pesticides, GMO, and nasties. By regulations, all cattle in Europe are free of growth hormones and free subtherapeutic use of antibiotics. Simmental cattle are genetically a very large animal and therefore the cuts are relatively big in size compared to our American or Australian cattle. See more about the breed below.
|Shipping||Shipping and delivery is frozen|
|Handling||Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)|
|Defrosting Time||In the fridge: approx. 24h
In ice-water: approx. 2h
|Cooking Method||Braising, slow cooking|
|Expiration||Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 5 days.
|Also known as||Beef bones, beef bone broth, beef tails, oxtails, Osso Bucco|
|Country of Origin||Austria|
|Packaging||Loosely Vacuum packed|
|Cattle Breed||Simmental (locally known as Fleckvieh)|
|Farm/Ranch||Alliance of independent family farms in Austria|
|Region||Upper and Lower Austria|
|Breeding||All year free-range. Kept indoors in cozy stalls during the harsh winter seasons of Austria.|
|Feeding||Grass-fed their entire lives. When necessary due to cold seasons: Fed a balanced mix of home-grown grains, vitamins, and minerals. All pesticide-free, GMO-free of Austrian origin.|
|Traceability||100% fully traceable from ranch to fork. Strictly regulated.|
|Export and Processing||Austria|
Translated from Japanese: I always buy it to make tail soup.
Unlike the thick Wagyu beef, it’s refreshing, and has a moderate amount of fat, making it a very delicious soup.
Translated from Japanese: I use it when I want to have tail soup.
The meat is soft and delicious when simmered well.
If you drain the blood well, you can enjoy it without any odor. My young children also love it.
Translated from Japanese: I ordered it many times to make bone broth. After the bone broth is completed, I take the meat from the bones and use it for curry or hayashi rice to make them even more delicious.
Translated from Japanese: The beef tail soup made of these is very delicious and useful.
Great product. Very tender. One of my favourite stew meats. Highly recommend. If you haven’t tried please do. Lots of recipes on Youtube.