Agneau

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Agneau — a young sheep before the age of one year, which is called a spring lamb in the USA and lamb in England and South Africa, is in France known as agneau (AHN-yoh).

The French agneau de lait is milk-fed lamb, a yearling or a baby lamb which has never been weaned or put out to graze.

Cuisine: French

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