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lambI’m not a lamb eater. In fact, it’s one of my least favorite foods. And after seeing a recent report from Inside Edition——that’s not changing. It appears that unless you’re eating a lambchop, there’s a chance that the lamb you’re being served is something much cheaper like goat or beef, especially when it’s shredded. Not all restaurants are scamming you, of course, but it’s a good thing to be aware of when you travel!



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3 Comments On "That Might Not Be Lamb You’re Eating"
  1. Biz-traveler|

    I think they have solved this in the middle east (at least Saudi). The menus have a choice of chicken or meat. Normally meat is lamb here but you randomly get beef or a mix of whatever

  2. William Chinn|

    You refer to this article and yet, they do not use the names of the food vendor(s) in NYC nor LA even though they have the lab tests. It does a disservice to the customer when the names are not disclosed.

    1. Hundredbacklinks

      Agreed. They should mention them but I guess they are afraid of being sued.