thin slices of beef are laid out to be parboiled in hot soup for the shabushabu since then the reputation of kobe beef crossed seas and became a familiar name in gourmet delicacy. this was the first time that a kobe beef tasting session was hosted at the residence of the japanese ambassador, who wanted to take the opportunity to introduce one of japan's 'precious commodity' to oman.
parboiled beef is then served with hot soup, vegetables and gomadare (sesame sauce) 'i am quite happy to organise the kobe beef tasting in oman as this is one of the best beefs in japan and in the world,' said h e saito. further explaining the rarity of the beef he said, 'wagyu is becoming very popular the world over but most of it comes from australia and not japan. 'in 2013, in japan 228,000 cows were slaughtered and among them only 4,679 were certified as kobe beef. so even in japan, kobe beef is a precious commodity.' held in partnership with the middle east fuji khimji's co llc, the tasting had on its menu japanese delicacies such as tataki, shabushabu (with thinly sliced parboiled beef in hot soup) and the omani shuwa made with kobe beef, among other items. >
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