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Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast - 1.5 lbs.

SKU: 20250
Availability: Out of stock
$29.95
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4+
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$26.95

US Wellness Meats would like to invite you to try their exquisite Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast. You will need basic carving skills if you want to serve the Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast standing rib style because the whole roast has not been frenched.

Many customers thaw the roast and cut into individual chops prior to cooking.

It is recommended to briefly braise or sear the roast in a pan and then use a slow, moist cooking method.

Average weight is 1.5 pounds.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

US Wellness Meats would like to invite you to try their exquisite Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast. You will need basic carving skills if you want to serve the Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast standing rib style because the whole roast has not been frenched.

Many customers thaw the roast and cut into individual chops prior to cooking.

It is recommended to briefly braise or sear the roast in a pan and then use a slow, moist cooking method.

Average weight is 1.5 pounds.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

US Wellness Meats recommends freezing for long term storage.     

Once thawed, items may be stored for 3-5 days in the refrigerator.            

US Wellness Meats ships on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday every week. Deliveries are expected to arrive within 24-48 hours from the shipping date. 

Orders shipped via FedEx ground or express service will receive a FedEx tracking number after the order ships. 

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Tough meat and nearly impossible to separate ribs
Lamb is my favorite type of meat, and we eat it often.  Although some lamb is better than others, this was, hands down, the toughest piece of meat I've ever eaten (or tried to eat).  Also, because it's not "frenched" (removing the meat/fat/membranes that connect the individual rib bones), it was nearly impossible to cut the ribs apart.

11/8/2016 - Our apologies for your disappointment with the usually popular and much enjoy cut.  Your satisfaction is very important to us - we've issued a refund for the disappointing Rack of Lamb Split Loin Roast. Thank you for your time with our team member by phone - your feedback is very much appreciated!  
From: Christina | Date: 11/8/2016 9:32 AM
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