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since lamb was about only meat dad a and mom could afford back then... in bermondsy i got to like it. but in canada its considered on rung up from dog food by avearage canadian mutton they call usuealy fol;;lowed by a a yuck so to notice how relatively cheap it is here in f rance was pleasantly surprised. just cooked up a grand lamb shoulder i paid 14 euros that back home would have s et me back at least 40 bucks. took me back to the 40s sunday roast baked spuds etc. mint sauce. not much but i enjoyed it imagine lamb sanswiches in my not to distant future as my kids a re canadian through and through my fault i admit , since beef is less than a quarter the price o lamb.,.
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