Roy Hunter wrote:
I find it difficult to understand the sort of food stores that wouldn't stock lamb. It's not like beef in India, or bacon in Tel Aviv; you just don't seem to have demand for it?
Yeah, lamb just isn't that common of a meat in the states. You get a lot of it on the east coast, but flyover country doesn't have much, and what they do have is typically not that great (i.e., slaughtered too old).
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