Rack of Loveliness!

rackoflambI love lamb.  I always avoided it due to its fat content but since I’ve been researching the impact of grain fed livestock in our diets, I’ve come to realize it’s easier to find grass fed lamb than it is grass fed beef.  Most sources of lamb are in New Zealand and Australia which have strict requirements for exported lamb.  As the countries strive to be the best sources for lamb in the world, their exports are certified grass fed and pastured.  Again, keeping Omega 6/3 fat ratios in mind, lamb is a protein option in moderation.  Read about the importance of Omega6/3 fat ratios on the Favorite Links page.  It’s best to eat the leanest pieces available and not get carried away with eating all the tasty fat.  It’s delicious!

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