Lamb - Liver

Lamb - Liver

Lamb liver is a nutritional powerhouse!

Lamb liver is especially rich in highly bioavailable heme iron, B vitamins, vitamin A, and selenium. 

It is also somewhat rare among animal products for its high selenium content.

Selenium helps support the thyroid, neurological, and metabolic health.

Eating any organ meat can promote health to the very same organ within your body. 

Organ meats are most definitely worth adding into your diet because they are packed with nutrients and unique flavors!

How to cook:

Lamb liver can be cooked much like other organ meats. Follow a few basic cooking principles, and you should be able to turn it into a truly delicious meal:

  • Use liberal butter, ghee, or lard
  • Cook on high heat, but don’t over cook
  • Cook alongside aromatic vegetables and herbs

*Our lamb is frozen when fresh and packed in a vacuum sealed package.

Our lamb comes from our 100% grass-fed and finished sheep herd!

All of our lambs are born and raised right here on our family farm.

They enjoy every day grazing and foraging out on acres of regeneratively farmed, bio-diverse pastures.

Our sheep herd is a unique cross of Katahdin and Texel sheep and makes for the holy grail of lamb.