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Free-Range Lamb Leg Slices from Iceland for Shabu Shabu (300g)

Horizon Farms
LB226

All-year free-range lamb slices from sheep raised in an open pasture environment. This thinly sliced meat comes from the lean part of the lamb leg and is perfect for Japanese dishes such as shabu-shabu and sukiyaki. Shabu-shabu is a Japanese hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in water and served with dipping sauces. The pack weighs 300g (10.5oz) and each slice is 3mm thick. Icelandic lamb is characterized by its tender and gentle yet delicious flavor given from the fine texture of the muscle.

This lamb is from Iceland, the land known for being home to both glaciers and volcanos. Icelandic lamb is a different breed and was brought into Iceland over a thousand years ago by some of the first settlers and has been protected and unmixed ever since. Due to harsh weather conditions, Icelandic lamb can only be produced once a year. Icelandic lambs spend their entire life in absolute freedom, grazing wild grass, herbs, leaves, and other native wild nutritions found on pasture, valleys, and mountains. The very definition of free-range. The animals are gathered in late summer by local farmers and are sorted in one of the country's oldest cultural traditions called Rettir. It goes without saying that animals are never treated with antibiotics or growth hormones. The images shown are actual images of Icelandic lambs!


Contents

Contents 1 Pack
Weight 300g (10.5oz)
Serves Serves 2-3

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen
Handling Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 24h
In ice-water: approx. 2h
Cooking Method Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki
Expiration Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened packs within 5 days.

 

Details

Also known as Spring Lamb, Forequarter, Lamb Slices, Lamb Leg, Shabu-Shabu, Nabe, Nabemono, Shabushabu, Sukiyaki
Country of Origin Iceland
Ingredients Lamb
Cut from Leg
Category Slices
Packaging Vacuum packed together

 

Iceland Lamb Chops


At A Glance

Sheep Breed Icelandic Sheep
Farm/Ranch Family Farms of Iceland
Region Iceland
Breeding All year free range on open pastures
Feeding 100% grass-fed and grass-finished
Traceability 100% fully traceable from farm to fork
Growth-Hormones Never
Subtherapeutic Use of Antibiotics Never
Chemically Treated Pastures Never

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Translated from Japanese: I’m satisfied because it’s additive-free and tastes good. I think the cost-performance is also good.

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A staple in my home

Translated from Japanese: Bacon that is safe and safe to eat. It was so delicious that I can’t eat any other bacon anymore. It’s a problem if there is no stock in the refrigerator. I’m always grateful for your good products.

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Deliciousness that becomes a habit

Translated from Japanese: I bought them because I wanted to eat bacon that I could eat with confidence. It has a spicy aroma and is delicious. I'm about to finish eating it soon.

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Very delicious

Some of the best bacon I’ve had in Japan! Would happily eat again.

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Translated from Japanese: I had ordered a lot the other day, so I didn't notice this arrived and forgot to take it out. I found it left behind in a cardboard box after about two days! I thought it would be okay, so I deliciously ate it at my own risk. This is our standard product now.

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Translated from Japanese: I always buy Australian products when I want to make bone broth and this is my first time trying Austrian products. The 500g size is also small and easy to handle and I felt that there was a strong tendency for it to become gelatinous (collagen?) when the bone broth is refrigerated. As for the taste, both are perfectly delicious.

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I buy it every time

Translated from Japanese: I cook this oxtail and meat guy's beef tendon for 12 hours to make curry.
Does it take so long because it’s grain-finished? I'm grateful that you can get grass-fed meat at this price.
The meat also comes off smoothly.

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Bone broth soup with plenty of collagen

Translated from Japanese: This is my favorite taste of bone broth soup.
If you pay attention to the water and oxtail added, collagen will come out and it will become plump after boiling for a long time. It's possible to freeze the soup stock.

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For oxtail soup

Translated from Japanese: I always buy it to make tail soup. Domestic Wagyu beef has a lot of oil, but this one has a moderate amount of oil and is delicious as it is without any preparation.

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Translated from Japanese: I bought these to make bone broth easily and they were better than I expected.
Preparing the meat beforehand is recommended because it can be finished deliciously with salt and pepper without any odor by removing the lye only once.
It was delicious even with oatmeal and risotto.

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It was the right choice.

Translated from Japanese: I always want to eat real bacon. It’s a good product that is delicious not only when stir-fried and baked, but also as pot-au-feu. You can trust that the quality is good.

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Translated from Japanese: A staple in my home! Great for lunch boxes and other dishes when you have trouble with breakfast!
I’m grateful that the safe and secure bacon is so delicious ☆

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Translated from Japanese: I was looking for additive-free bacon. It was very delicious. It’s delicious with fried rice and eggs, too.

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Safe and delicious

Translated from Japanese: I bought it once and it was delicious so I ordered it again. Commercially available bacon has a lot of additives and the meat itself is not safe, so I’m grateful for this product.
I cut it into small pieces and stored it in the freezer.
For breakfast, I eat bacon with frozen spinach I bought here with eggs.

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Translated from Japanese: This is a reorder. Time-consuming, additive-free bacon tends to be expensive, but I was able to buy this with confidence because the quality and price are well-balanced.

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Translated from Japanese: They were delicious when baked in an oven toaster while frozen. If you bake them well, they will become crispy. If you bake them lightly, they become soft.

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Delicious!

Translated from Japanese: It was crispy and fluffy and delicious. It's frozen, but it's amazing!
Garlic salt goes well with it, so it was perfect with beer.

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Crispy delicious!

Translated from Japanese: Whenever I order something here, I also order these.
With their crispy texture and flavor, you can eat a bag in no time!
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Translated from Japanese: This is the first time I’m having such delicious frozen potatoes. At first, I fried them in rice bran oil while they were frozen, but recently I’ve been baking them in the oven because you can enjoy the texture even more. I think they were sold out for a long time, so I'd be happy if they were in stock when I want them.

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Translated from Japanese: I baked it in the oven. The insides are moist and the surroundings are crispy.
This is the first time that frozen potatoes have been so delicious.
I think the price is cheap since they’re organic.