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Nairagi Toro

Written By Michelle Koo 09 Jun 2017
Visible fat marbling makes it a shame to cook this grade of Nairagi. Extremely rare and reminiscent of ahi toro for its valuable oil content, this is a sashimi lover’s dream. When cooked, its presentation-like cream orange color turns to a mild pink and maintains moisture. Raw nairagi is a little known secret of the Hawaiian islands. Texture qualities offer a candy smooth firmness which makes great tartar, poke, or simply sliced.