Produce deep frozen at -60º
A MELODY OF FLAVOUR
This cut owes its name to the musical instrument, as the marbled flesh seems to be punctuated about every half-centimetre by a quill running horizontally and vertically, resembling a harmonica. The meat has a very silky texture and mild flavour, which surprisingly resembles beef. It is not suitable to be eaten raw, because of the large amount of collagen and fibre it contains, but produces outstanding results when cooked in various recipes.