I'm not sure of the legal definition, I think it is something like, mutton has to be at least three years old and lamb, less than one year old. I'm sure if you search google you will get you your answer.
Mutton is older mature sheep. Lamb is of course a very young sheep. This is more of an animal meat question since people only use the term Mutton when referring to the meat of that sheep used for food. You may have heard the term "Mutton Stew". However, no one says "Look at that pretty Mutton". They say "Look at that pretty sheep or Lamb".
by Jacqueline8 years ago
I have decided to do some mutton for tomorrow and wanted to cook it slow overnight. I was planning on sticking it in the oven and thought I would see if anyone here has any suggestions or tricks for making it tasty!
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What is the scientific explanation as to why a sheep would give birth to human-faced lamb?
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