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ﬂesh of full grown sheep The latter is perhaps the commonest usage in the United StatesThe preference for lamb of full grown sheep The latter is perhaps the commonest usage in the United StatesThe preference for lamb for like the use of the terms varies with the #locality Of late years a preference for lamb to mutton has been noticeable particularly in #Of late years a preference for lamb to older mutton has been noticeable particularly in United States In England On the other hand mutton has always been commonly used The popularity of one or the other will probably always be determined by taste fashion or market condi tions for both are palatable and nutritious foods'About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds. Excerpt from Farmer's BulletinMutton has *from arly times been a popular food both in the Orient and among western nations *early times been a popular food both in the Orient and among western nations Richmond City Directory For 1888 89 ease with which the sheep is raised and the fact that its ﬂesh is not like some other meatsxcluded on religious grounds from the dietary of any large group of people combine with its palatability to bring it into widespread favor The terms lamb and mutton are somewhat loosely used to designate the meat obtained from the younger and older ani mals In some localities mutton is used to apply the ﬂesh of all young lambs; in others its us.
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