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Old 01-31-2018, 09:18 AM   #11
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Haven't come across goats being reared for meat in this part of the world. They're raised for milk. Good to hear the meat doesn't taste gamey.

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Haven't come across goats being reared for meat in this part of the world. They're raised for milk. Good to hear the meat doesn't taste gamey.

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Cabrito is very popular in the Mexican immigrant communities here. Cabrito is young goat -- less than a year old, as I understand it. Think of it as you would lamb vs mutton.

I've had cabrito, and it was very good. I didn't cook it. It was cooked kind of like a stew, that we ate in flour tortillas. Corn tortillas, I was told, don't hold up to cabrito prepared that way. I'm not in anyway an expert, and the cooks were Mexican immigrants, so I'll take their word for it.

There is a Mexican meat market about 15 miles from me that carries cabrito. I have it on my someday to-do list to get some and cook it up for tacos.

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