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    Default Baa baa: lamb the kings of meats

    https://www.nutritionadvance.com/lam...tion-benefits/

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    Yum! Wish it was cheaper, and that mine liked it more! Will explore NZ lamb at some point.

    If you ever get the chance to try hogget, do - like lamb only more so!
    http://saucydressings.foodzube.co.uk...n-hogget-lamb/

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    Yum yum...
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    That's decide rack of lamb for dinner.
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    Lamb usually relatively cheap here and very tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah(sjc) View Post
    Yum! Wish it was cheaper, and that mine liked it more! Will explore NZ lamb at some point.

    If you ever get the chance to try hogget, do - like lamb only more so!
    http://saucydressings.foodzube.co.uk...n-hogget-lamb/
    Thanks Sarah. The Alternative Meats linked to in the article looks really interesting. Think I might try mutton, goat and rose veal (for the way it enables dairy farmers to keep male calves). It’s helpful to be able to buy small quantities to try these meats.

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    Goat is good, haven't tried rose veal yet, but would like to!

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    Had to Google Rose veal and was surprised to find it's an Australian product that I've never seen on sale. Mind you most of the veal I eat isn't white coloured but quite pink so perhaps it is.
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    M and S do rose veal. I've tried the osso bucco...cut from the leg I believe. Lovely slow cooked...and with a bit of marrow bone for added lushness.
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