What is Lamb Meat Called?

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Lamb meat is called lamb. The meat of a sheep is categorized as either lamb, hogget and mutton. The meat of a sheep in its first year of life is called lamb, the meat of a younger sheep but older than 12 months is called hogget and an older sheep's
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The meat of a lamb is simply called lamb or lamb meat.
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