There are a variety of ways to add luxury to your everyday life, and food is no exception. Instead of regular hot dogs or bratwurst from the grocery store, try a richer sausage courtesy of Lone Mountain Wagyu. Here’s everything you need to know about Wagyu sausage; let it inspire you to be decadent at your next cookout.
Indulgent and Healthy
Wagyu beef is known for its intricately marbled fat—and that fat is nothing to fear! This meat has many more monounsaturated fats than saturated ones and is packed with essential vitamins and nutrients. When you bite into that Wagyu beef sausage, you get a dose of omega-3 and omega-6 oils, as well as a fatty acid called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). CLA has anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Tender and Juicy
The high-fat content of Wagyu beef contributes to its deliciousness and creates the perfect texture for sausage. Comparable to bratwurst in texture, Wagyu sausage links are easy to cook on the grill and decadent to bite into.
Easy and Affordable
The real deal—100 percent certified Wagyu beef—can be difficult to source outside of Japan (especially genuine Kobe beef). Fortunately, Lone Mountain Wagyu offers a wide selection of high-quality Wagyu beef, including sausage, right here in the US. You can bring that high-end restaurant feel to your home without breaking the bank.
Humane and Sustainable
Lone Mountain Wagyu raises our 100 percent certified Wagyu cattle on our ranch in New Mexico. We raise and massage the animals with the utmost care, organically producing high-quality beef products.
Now that you’ve learned everything you need to know about Wagyu sausage, consider it an option in your cooking. Next time you have a cookout or just want to have a fine dining experience at home, peruse the Wagyu sausage options at Lone Mountain Wagyu. They’re perfect for grilling, delicious to bite into, and they add extravagance to a simple meal!