When considering lamb liver vs beef liver, they are pretty similar! Both offer high amounts of vitamins A & B as well as a full range of minerals like iron, phosphorus, zinc, copper and selenium. All in, liver is a nutrient dense powerhouse that provides natural energy alongside great flavor. Liver is also an excellent source of lean protein.
For the most nutrient bang for your buck it's important to choose pastured meat. Animals that eat a natural diet produce more delicious, nutrient dense meat (and organs) when compared to their factory farm raised counterparts.
Lamb liver can be prepared just like beef liver. It benefits from a brief milk bath to help reduce the minerality flavor and can be pan fried, grilled or prepared as a delicious lamb liver pate. If you have a favorite liver recipe, lamb can be swapped in 1:1. When cooking it's important not to bring the liver past a medium doneness, or you risk producing a tough texture.
At Acabonac Farms our lambs form a natural ecosystem alongside our other animals. They are cycled through our pastures along with cattle, chicken and pigs; with each animal lending their own special qualities to our regenerative ranching practice.
At Acabonac Farms the more you buy, the more you save. With our bulk packages you can save on every order, and sign up for a recurring order for even more savings!