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Costco D'Artagnan Extreme Wagyu Burger Lovers Bundle

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Twelve 8oz Kobe-style Wagyu Burgers
Twelve Artisanal Brioche Burger Buns
1½ lbs (2-12oz packs) Heritage Applewood Smoked Bacon
One 8oz Tub of Black Truffle Butter
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$13.3/lb for the hamburgers if u exclude the other items entirely

assume the bacon is worth $7, the bread worth $3 and the butter worth $4, that makes the burgers about
$11/lb.
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Does it come with a certificate so the meat will taste better to me because I know it's real?
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i had these a few yrs back when they were on sale for $99.99 and we loved them. still talk about "that time we had the wagyu burgers"! we thought they were super juicy, the truffle butter was a very unique (good) addition and the bacon complemented the burgers well. hope that helps! also, if im not mistaken, this price would make each burger roughly $6.67 which ain't bad in my opinion.
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$80 / 12 half pound burgers = $6.66 each burger

Plus you get some other food stuff in this deal which I think this is pretty good deal for Kobe style wagyu beef.
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$80 / 12 half pound burgers = $6.66 each burger

Plus you get some other food stuff in this deal which I think this is pretty good deal for Kobe beef.
kobe style beef****

but i agree <$7 a burger is not a bad deal if that wagyu beef is any good
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i had these a few yrs back when they were on sale for $99.99 and we loved them. still talk about "that time we had the wagyu burgers"! we thought they were super juicy, the truffle butter was a very unique (good) addition and the bacon complemented the burgers well. hope that helps! also, if im not mistaken, this price would make each burger roughly $6.67 which ain't bad in my opinion.
i dunno about you, but if i am spending $7 for a home made burger because supposedly it is superior, then you probably shouldn't be drowning out the taste with bacon

then again, I bet you can make a burger using 80% meat that tastes just as tasty and costs a shitload less.
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My wife would kill me if she knew I bought this. Luckily, she doesn't look at the receipt when I go grocery shopping.
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8oz of Truffle Butter? Hot.
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kobe style beef****

but i agree <$7 a burger is not a bad deal if that wagyu beef is any good
I am sure you can return to Costco if you aren't satisfied. I am seriously considering this deal.
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i dunno about you, but if i am spending $7 for a home made burger because supposedly it is superior, then you probably shouldn't be drowning out the taste with bacon

then again, I bet you can make a burger using 80% meat that tastes just as tasty and costs a shitload less.
The idea is that you get the bacon good and crispy so the texture contrasts the softness of the burger. If anything the butter is excessive given the supposedly superior fat already in the beef. But to each their own, the bottom line is that by the time you get 12 solid buns, a bunch of bacon, and good beef together, you arent coming out more than maybe two bucks cheaper per burger. An extra 2 bucks a serving for beef with credentials is worth it to a lot of people.
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Does anyone know if they carry this in store?
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wagyu burgers or kobe burgers are one of the biggest scams in food history.

Real wagyu or kobe is never used for this shit purpose. And if it is... It's a waste of the meat.
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wagyu burgers or kobe burgers are one of the biggest scams in food history.

Real wagyu or kobe is never used for this shit purpose

sure they do. they arent using sirloin or ribeye, but trimmings from different cuts are used here... i have had them frozen and had them made in front of me...


these are about 2x fattier, so make sure if you're using griddle/etc, u have space for fat to drain
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would the stuff still be good after freezing it?
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