Ultra Premium Veal Bundle
Ultra Premium Veal Bundle is 1 whole kilo of the best veal to come out of Australia with 500 grams of veal chops and 500 grams of veal shanks. But before we detail the products, lets start with the basics about veal and what it is.
What is Veal?
Veal is a nutritious and nutrient-rich meat that is produced from the male offspring of dairy cows. Recent USDA data reveals that a 3 oz. serving of cooked, trimmed veal provides less than 10% of the calories recommended for a 2,000 calorie diet. At the same time, veal delivers more than 10% of the daily values for protein, zinc, niacin, as well as vitamin B12 and B6. Protein and B-vitamins help us increase our energy levels. Zinc maintains immune function and plays a key role in growth and cognitive development.
Why is veal meat light in color?
The light meat results from the young age of the calf and the level of myoglobin (iron content) in the muscle. Myoglobin produces a red pigment that affects the color of the meat. To keep the meat light, without harming calf health, the amount of iron a calf receives is controlled through a nutritionally balanced milk-based diet and monitored on a regular basis.
First we have 2 x 250g veal chops. Veal chops come either from the loin or from the rib. They are best for grilling, roasting, or broiling. Next we have 2 x 250g veal shanks. Veal shank is from the hind shank, the leg bone beneath the knee and shoulder and is usually cross-cut so it reveals a cross section of the shin bone. A popular dish with veal shanks are Italian braised veal shanks, Veal Osso Bucco.
The Ultra Premium Veal Bundle contains 2 x 250 gram chops, so you will have two of these beauties above.
1 kg of ultra-premium quality veal delivered to you anywhere in China for ¥298.88 (delivery included)
Don’t confuse it with the junk that gets peddled out by all those dodgy cash traders that sell meat in WeChat groups. Most of that junk is bought at local wet markets and then ILLEGALLY cut, repacked in home kitchens, and frozen in home freezers. Be aware of the fact that China (and pretty much every country in the world) has laws against that type of skullduggery – cutting, packing and freezing meat for sale can only be done in a certified and licensed kitchen or factory that has been inspected by the government. Remember that next time you’ve bought cheap meat and have food poisoning….