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Fresh & Bright Spring Lamb Chops

I admit to being more than a little sentimental when it comes to lamb (and deer). But the truth is that lamb meat is a real nutritional bonanza. It contains more iron than chicken or fish, its fat is evenly divided between monounsaturated and saturated, it’s a good source of vitamin B12, and—best of all—it’s generally not shot full of antibiotics, steroids, and hormones the way factory-farmed beef is. Most of the lamb

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