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Free-range lamb , Cooking lamb , France
Cooking lamb

Lamb can be prepared in a large number of ways and is commonly used in stews. Leg of lamb and the famous lamb shank, served with a lightly sweetened sauce, are particularly tasty.

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Free-range lamb France
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Free-range lamb

Vegetarians, be warned! This magnificent area of forests, valleys, greenery and chirping songbirds is also a paradise for meat lovers...
Cold sausages, ham, veal-based 'Fricandeau', veal tripe 'Tripoux', 'Truffade', lamb tripe 'Manouls', 'Maôche' sausages (made with cabbage, potatoes and herbs), and so on; from the very first course, your meal will be full of different kinds of cured meat and pork.
Next up are the dishes showcasing wild boar and Lozère beef.
However, for many diners the high point of the meal is free-range lamb.
These beasts are produced according to a very strict set of specifications, and the Parc National des Cévennes is stipulated as the only place where they may raised. The instructions set out that lambs born in the spring must be fed only on their mother's milk and the grass growing in the area (with the addition, from time to time, of local grain or chestnuts), and can be sold only between the 1st July and the 31st December.
The set of rules, which is admittedly quite restrictive, keeps alive the traditional ways of raising animals, preserves the quality of the landscape and promotes biodiversity, while also helping produce the most divine of meats!

Free-range lamb

Free-range lamb , A leg of lamb , France
A leg of lamb

Lamb is known as a tasty, tender meat that can result in some delicious dishes. In France, for example, leg of lamb is a popular choice.

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Free-range lamb , Free range lamb , France
Free range lamb

Lambs feed on their mother's milk and grass for at least 3 months before the potential introduction of local cereals and chestnuts.

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Free-range lamb , Lamb , a rich meat , France
Lamb - a rich meat

Lamb is, of course, a very good meat, but unfortunately it is also rather fatty. Although it is not ideal for those watching what they eat, there's nothing wrong with indulging a little now and then.

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Free-range lamb , Use of lamb around the world. , France
Use of lamb around the world.

This is a meat that is eaten all over the world and prepared in many different ways. The English, for example, prefer a leg of lamb, served with mint sauce, whilst Algerians generally eat it with couscous.

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