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Tamarack VT Sheep Farm Grass Fed Lamb Stew Meat

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Lamb stew is just one of the most flavorful stews hands down.

Enjoy within 5 days or freeze for later use.

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Farmers to You orders Tamarack Sheep Farm lamb by the whole animal and it arrives fresh to us every time it’s ordered. On weeks when we receive a fresh lamb delivery you will receive cuts that are fresh, not frozen. On weeks when we do not receive a new order your lamb will be sent frozen to stop the aging process. Lamb begins the thawing process while en route to you and can continue the thawing process in your fridge and enjoyed within a week. Tamarack lamb can be refrozen if desired. To thaw meat that has been frozen, place in a sealed bag in a bowl of cool water. Allow at least a day to thaw your lamb prior to cooking. Depending on the size and cut of meat, thawing times may vary. Check the weekly bounty in our Friday Newsletter for fresh lamb updates.

Tamarack VT Sheep Farm, Corinth, VT

This lamb is produced by Ben Machin of Tamarack Vermont Sheep Farm in Corinth, Vermont. Their flock dates back to the 1920s and has been raised by his family. Ben raises these animals on grass and as naturally has possible. We have been looking for a quality lamb producer for some time and we are pleased to partner with Ben and his heirloom flock.


Reviews

January 10, 2014 by

Made Guinness stew with this, leeks, carrots and potatoes all from FTY. It was delicious...the only problem was the lamb was not very well trimmed. I had 2 packages of lamb and was left with 1 1/4 after I trimmed it.


April 21, 2013 by

Delicious - highly recommend this in a hunter's stew (bigos)! We especially like Mark Biitman's recipe and used one package of this along with some onions, slab bacon, stew beef, and 2 jars of sauerkraut - all from here! We only needed one ingredient that wasn't from FTY. This is also great in a curry or more traditional lamb stew recipe. It's cut in perfectly sized pieces, and trimmed well with almost no gristle and very little fat. Cooks up very tender.