In the video, two different katsu sandwiches are compared. The first is a basic pork katsu sandwich, while the second is made with more expensive A5 wagyu. The A5 wagyu sandwich is more flavorful and complex, but it is also more expensive.
00:00:00 The two competing sandwiches in this video are a poor katsu sando and an A5 katsu sando. The poor katsu sando is made with bread that is either fresh baked or purchased from a grocery store, while the A5 katsu sando costs more and features a beef strip loin steak instead of bread. The poor katsu sando costs less than the A5 katsu sando, but the A5 katsu sando is a more luxurious sandwich with a higher price point. The poor katsu sando is made with basic ingredients, while the A5 katsu sando requires some additional ingredients, such as saffron and oyster sauce, that are not necessary for the poor katsu sando. The poor katsu sando is fried in a deep fryer, while the A5 katsu sando is fried in a saucepan. The poor katsu sando is served with tonkatsu sauce, mayonnaise, and slaw, while the A5 katsu sando features a different sauce, ketchup, oyster sauce, and sugar. Finally, the poor katsu sando is cut into squares and served, while the A5 katsu sando is cut into a loaf and served
00:05:00 In the video, two similar but different sandwiches are demonstrated. The first is a pork katsu sandwich, which is basic and simple. The second is a sandwich made with A5 wagyu, which is more expensive but has a richer flavor and a more complex battle between sweet and acid. Both sandwiches are good, but the A5 wagyu is better.