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ram and lamb #6924303
10/18/17 02:57 AM
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I have never tasted any kind of ram, but I have read a lot about it (mostly negative).

I L O V E roasted leg of lamb; does this mean that I will probably like ram?

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Re: ram and lamb [Re: Rmocarsky] #6924528
10/18/17 01:02 PM
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ram is the male form of sheep ... a bit stronger "sheep" flavor than lamb. I'm not overly fond of sheep other than Barbados, ewe or younger, over smoke low & slow.


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