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Lamb Loin, Boneless (American)

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Pasture-raised lamb from the Rocky Mountains raised humanely without antibiotics or hormones. Our cooperative rears young lambs using humane and sustainable methods in a healthy, stress-free environment. The result of the careful husbandry and shepherding is lamb of superior tenderness and fresh, full flavor.
  • Domestically raised
  • From heritage breeds
  • Pasture raised; finished with supplemental grain
  • No antibiotics, no hormones from birth
  • Certified Halal
  • Delicious, tender meat
  • Ships in an uncooked state
  • Product of USA
  • For best taste on fresh products, use or freeze within 3-5 days of receipt; for frozen products, use within 1-2 days after thawing
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Cooking Methods: Pan-Roast, Sear, Sauté, Sous Vide, Grill, Broil

Cooking Tips: Lamb loins are quick-cooking and make an excellent weeknight meal. Cook over high, direct heat and baste with butter for restaurant-worthy results. A finished temperature of 145 degrees F (medium-rare) is best for this ultra-tender cut. Rest lamb loins for 5 minutes before slicing against the grain and serving.

Our domestically-raised lamb comes from the Rocky Mountain region, where our ranching cooperative provides a stress-free environment for the young sheep.

Brought to high-altitude pastures to graze on pristine grasses, the Rambouillet/Suffolk breed lambs are raised with natural and sustainable methods, and never given antibiotics or hormones. They are finished with a minimal supplemental grain feed which contains no animal by-products.

The lambs are raised to the age of six to nine months, instead of one year, which is more common, resulting in a tender texture and superb flavor.