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Lamb in All its Forms!
During the summer, we enjoy treating ourselves to a delicious BBQ among friends while in winter, we are drawn to comfort food such as stewed dishes. No matter the season, lamb is simple to prepare! Its meat offers a large variety of cuts, you can easily grill up some brochettes, let it cook slowly in a tasty sauce or serve it as a crowd pleasing pièce montée. Add your creative touch and serve Quebec lamb in all its forms, for spectacular meals every time.
Front and flank
The Elite Red Meat!
Nutritional information of lamb meat
(per 100 grams)
- ENERGY (KILOJOULES) 861KJ
- PROTEIN 28,22G
- FAT TOTAL 9,52G
- CHOLESTEROL 92MG
- MONOUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS TOTAL 4,17G
- POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS TOTAL 0,62G
- SATURATED FATTY ACIDS TOTAL 3,4G
- CARBOHYDRATE TOTAL (BY DIFFERENCE) 0G
- WATER 61,96G
- CALCIUM 15MG
- IRON 2,05MG
- MAGNESIUM 26MG
- MANGANESE 0,028MG
- PHOSPHORUS 210MG
- POTASSIUM 344MG
- SELENIUM 26,1MCG
- ZINC 5,27MG
- SODIUM 76MG
- VITAMIN A (RETINOL EQUIVALENTS) 0RE
- VITAMIN A (INTERNATIONAL UNITS) 0IU
- VITAMIN B-12 2,61MCG
- VITAMIN B-6 0,16MG
- VITAMIN C 0MG
Did you know that Quebec lamb is rich in proteins and mineral elements on top of containing vitamins?
Lamb meat is great for bone health and promotes the production of bodily tissues as it is an excellent source of phosphorus. It also contains zinc, an excellent vitamin for the skin and the immune system. What’s more, lamb contains iron, which helps in the formation of red blood cells as well as B complex vitamins, namely riboflavin, niacin and B12.
It’s a fact: A portion of 100 g of lamb provides 40% of the recommended daily intake.
Proteins are essential to tissue development and growth. An intake of amino acids from foods of similar composition is essential to protein synthesis in the human body. Present in large quantity and highly nutritional, the proteins contained in red meat alone justify its consumption. In this way, even if the value of its proteins is comparable to other meats, Quebec lamb stands out for its composition.
It’s a fact: The monounsaturated fats contained in lamb are good for cardiovascular health.
Even though the concentration of cholesterol in red meat is higher than in plant foods, the composition of saturated fatty acids in lamb does not significantly increase the development of low-density lipoprotein in the blood, associated to cardiovascular problems. It is rather an unparalleled source of energy.
It’s a fact: The presence of certain strains of vitamin B in lamb provides close to 50% of the body’s daily needs.
When it comes to ovine meat, diversity rhymes with the types of cuts and nutritional composition, with a high concentration of diverse vitamins and minerals. The same is true for essential minerals that reach over a quarter of our daily needs (iron, zinc, phosphorus). Ovine meat provides the body with the regulation of cellular and enzymatic functions.
The nutritional value of this meat has been effectively proven but we sometimes forget all the well-being and satisfaction that eating it provides. Gradually supplying the body with nutrients while offering a sense of fullness, it provides you with unparalleled well-being.
Lamb is good for you, it’s up to you to taste it!
Lamb, Loved for its Meat, Wool and Milk!
It’s amazing all you can do with sheep’s milk! In fact, we use it to produce cheese, yogurt, ice cream and soap. What’s more, sheep’s milk is rich in proteins and vitamins. In Quebec, the sheep milk production industry is expanding.
Given the properties of sheep’s milk, it is primarily produced for processing. Mostly used for production, it can also be transformed into yogurt, ice cream or soap. It is rich in proteins and vitamins*. In Quebec, the sheep milk production sector is emerging.