Marrow bones are a a very nutritious food, containing iron, phosphorus, vitamin A, and trace amounts of thiamin and niacin. Being Wagyu, they are also rich in Omega 3’s and Omega 6’s. There’s even more good news for marrow lovers: science has shown that the fat of ruminants contains substances that boost and maintain our body’s immune system. All of this is part of the good fats of wagyu.
Preparing marrow bones could not be easier: sprinkle them with a little Kosher salt and roast them in the oven or over the grill at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes or until the marrow softens and pulls back from the bone. Simply spread the marrow on bread or crackers and you have a beefy and healthy Wagyu appetizer.
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