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ageing/hanging of meat
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[quote:chowan:MV8yMzYwMzA4XzQwNDc2MzQ0XzU5RDlEQTUw] [quote:M1.618:MV8yMzYwMzA4XzQwNDc2Mjc5X0Q4NzlGMTk=] [quote:chowan:MV8yMzYwMzA4XzQwNDc2MjI4XzdGNzVCQ0E=] [quote:ProtoKulture:MV8yMzYwMzA4XzQwNDc2MDc2XzlFQkM1NkU2] Why are you comparing lamb to beef? [/quote] I dont/didnt intend to I remember beef being better and lamb for that matter then it is now. Ive eaten hung/aged lamb as well and it was good but not great. [/quote] [b]There is lamb and mutton as well as cuts of the meat... The difference from mutton to lamb in meat is great[/b]... [/quote] yes ive eaten both and enjoy both. as long as its cooked too many people want to eat lamb or mutton like they would a beef steak. cooked long and thoroughly is the only way with lamb or mutton. [/quote]
Just had a lamb roast that some Peruvian friends gave to me
and it was delicious and I feel like wholesome it was recently butchered with no ageing/hanging it just got me to thinking why it tasted so much better than other meats I eat?
I wonder if the practice of aging meat for tenderness
is adversly affecting the taste and wholesomeness of meat?
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