>lamb chops aren't extremely common in other countries
Is this true? I have lamb maybe 3-4 times a week and thought it was common in most countries.
Lamb is expensive here in Sweden, and in Canada where I lived before.
It's readily available, but it's rather expensive, since neither country is ideal sheep raising land, and thus they are imported. Here I think we get most of it from France(?) and in Canada it's mostly from NZ.
Only young sometimes. Old is fat and smelly. I can't remember any Russian dish with lamb except one Christmas that is almost forgotten.
id say its common in terms of being readily available at any decent meat serving establishment - but not in terms of how often people eat it
its literally just a meme meat or a holiday meat at best
Incorrect. You're probably eating mutton, rather than lamb.
Strange. I couldn't believe it when one of my American friends told me that he'd only ever eaten lamb a few times.
It is easy to get here in The States, but not really common to eat a lot. I eat it maybe once or twice a month. I know a lot of people will have it on holidays or if family is visiting got dinner.
America here, the best part of America as well.
Pork and Beef are extremely common here, because although they are somewhat tiresome to keep and breed, they are the tastiest of God's creatures, and through modern technology they are in fact very easy to grow.
In backwater countries far from the light of civilization, sheep are more common because they are the easiest to keep and breed, therefore they are most commonly used by the primitive savages in the far flung corners of the world. In these horrific conditions, cows and pigs eat too much, and produce too little. In these countries such as Australia and New Zealand, there is a major scarcity of food, running water, electricity, and basic hygiene products. Therefore, these poor starving must scrape together sheep flesh to sustain themselves, and spice it with whatever dirt, rocks, and twigs are nearby to convince themselves it's any good, and that their eating it is entirely their choice.
I think you are confusing us for NY or the PacNW
it is said that the national animal of serbia is porklamb, due to popularity of pork and lamb roasts.
>tfw you bite into a delicious steak and your tongue drowns in the delicious flavours and juices
>I was 18 years old when I learned not everyone in Europe eat potatoes everyday
I mostly eat chicken, then beef/pork, usually minced.
Sometimes I eat fish, usually salmon, rainbow trout or sometimes seiti (pollock)/fish fingers.
I honestly can't remember when I last had lamb.
Fun fact: lamb has not been included in the Finnish CPI (consumer price index = kuluttajahintaindeksi) since the 50's. It simply doesn't matter.
Sheeps head was very common among poor people years ago. My parents still talk about sheep head, they say it is great.
We are well off but my parents still love to eat the shittest part of the animals.
>Go to college
>Have to cook for myself
>Eat rice and pasta eveyday
>Start to feel ill and a longing
>Realize it is potatoes
>Learn how to boil potatoes and make mash
>Go back to eating potatoes 6/7 days a week.
Some stereotypes are real, I felt something missing from not eating them.
>eating baby animals
This is what you're killing.