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Cooking Tips - Grass Fed Lamb

Cooking Grass Fed Lamb

Three Tips in Cooking a Rack of Lamb

1) Cook lower and slower. Since grass fed lamb is leaner, there's less fat than otherwise to moisten and keep the meat juicy. Try this tip with a rack of lamb. Since it keeps cooking a bit after taken out of the oven, take it out a bit early, like ten degrees before it reaches its suggested peak of 125-150.

2) Always use a themometer, to make sure you have the right temperatures. A perfectly cooked rack of lamb, with the right herbs and seasoning, is a delicious work of art. Make your friends and family drool over your masterpiece.

3) Don't over-season it. Grass fed lamb has its own unique flavor that can be changed too much by seasoning. Try an experiemnt and season only a section, and taste the difference. You may only cook a rack of lamb ocasionally during the year. Keep notes on what works best for this recipe.

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