Short form: I was a vegetarian for 20+ years, now I'm not. I started eating meat 5 weeks ago. I only eat meat that was pastured and humanely raised.
I have had chicken, pork, and beef. Chicken and pork are okay, with chicken tasting better than pork. Ham is the only pork so far that I have really loved. Beef is better than both of them, though; it gives me a food high. Next I want to try lamb, but I am intimidated because I don't know how it tastes and some people seem to dislike the flavor. Can anyone describe how it tastes?
Also, any tips on cooking it very easily? I find that I do not like meat that is hard to chew or that is dried out. Also, I tend to cook smallish cuts because it's just me eating it. And, I have a Jaccard.
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