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(Mother Nature Network)   Attention all Millennials: The fate of the beef industry can be found in your mouth   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Beef Association, American Meat Institute, Mark Bittman, National Pork Board, u.s. agriculture, food critic, Radio Disney  
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2014-05-14 03:00:44 PM  

Anastacya: Mr. Right: Anastacya: Yea but, for me at least, lamb tastes like shiat.

/gah the smell...

I raise lamb, love lamb.  Very tasty - to me!

I'm not sure what it is about lamb but I have friends who, like you, can't stand it and can't stand the smell.    These are not fussy type folks.  There is some kind of visceral reaction to the smell of lamb for them.  Do you have any idea what causes that or is it repulsive enough that you just don't give a damn - you just want to avoid it?

I also have friends who adore having lamb.  So I have to keep my guest lists straight for dinner parties.  One close friend found out I was having a dinner and he hadn't been invited.  Ran into him at the feed store and he allowed as how he was a bit hurt.  All I said was "rack of lamb" and he laughed and  thanked me for not inviting him..

It's the iron in the blood. Very gamey, usually. My ex LOVED it, and every so often I would make it for him. I usually left the house after it was done. It took every ounce of strength to not lose my stomach contents from that smell.

Only meat smell I can't stand is boiling bird.
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