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The World’s Rarest Steak Just Went on Sale in the U.S.

The World’s Rarest Steak Just Went on Sale in the U.S.

We’ve checked a number of these steak houses off our bucket list and are quite proud of it, but there is one steak that alludes us. Olive Wagyu. Olive Wagyu is known as the rarest beef in the world and is prized for its insane marbling. That fat content and quality comes from the fact that the cows chowed down on spent olives from olive oil production. The result is a piece of beef with extraordinary softness. Even in Japan—where the beef originates—it’s hard to come by. Now, for the first time, a company is making Olive Wagyu directly available to us here in the States. Crowd Cow worked for a year to form the relationships necessary to offer the prized meat here in America. The tricky part? Existing Crowd Cow customers get first dibs on the Olive Wagyu, so you should consider signing up and making a purchase for the best shot at scoring some. Any that isn’t sold to existing customers will go on sale to the public the next day. It’s basically a Supreme drop, so make sure you’re ready.

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