MEAT

Hospitality News Middle East - - SPECIAL REPORT -

Lamb is the meat from a sheep that is less than one year old. A hogget or year­ling mut­ton is the meat of a do­mes­tic sheep be­tween one and two years of age. Mut­ton is meat from a sheep that is older than a year, ide­ally 3 years of age, whereas the term sheep is used only for live an­i­mals. Cured sheep meat prod­ucts like Bul­gar­ian Sudzhuk and Saz­darma are as well pro­moted in this pro­gramme.

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