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Why does marbling matter?

Why does marbling matter?
In beef, the term "marbling" refers to the pattern and amount of fat that runs through the steak. It appears as small white flecks running through the beef. Marbling gives flavor and tenderness to the steak, so it's a key consideration for quality. Kansas City Steak Company insists on steaks that have a little external fat and excellent marbling patterns. That's why we select each high quality steak, hand-cut and trim to our exact specification. We won't accept anything less.
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