Beef tongue is very popular in many countries, including the United States. Once you try some Browsey Acres Wagyu tongue, we think you’ll know why. It’s rich in fatty acids, as well as zinc, iron, choline, and vitamin B12. Health benefits aside, it also has a mild flavor, similar to most cuts of beef.
Tongue is best cooked slow over low heat, so the connective tissues have time to soften. It works well with your choice of seasonings too: Anything you’d put on your steak, you can put on tongue. Be careful to not overcook Wagyu tongue, or it tends to shred. When cooked properly, beef tongue is a great addition to a healthy diet.
- Sold by the pound ($40/lb)
- Lean, rich in nutrients
- Tender if cooked right
- Cook low and slow