I'm getting some lamb liver this weekend, anyone have any experience with it? I assume it's a lot like beef liver, and I plan on just cooking it up the same way, but I'd love more info on the vitamin content (is it as heavy on the B vits?) and some cooking ideas, if you have any. :)
I have been wondering about the nutrition content of lamb liver as well because there seems to be sources near where I live that are selling it for significantly less that the source I have for beef and buffalo liver. Hopefully someone can fill us all in :)
Ok, I ran it through cronometer, just to see.
In one ounce of raw lamb liver, there is:
5 grams of protein
1.4 grams of fat
You'll get 912% of your RDA of B12!
And 161% of your RDA of Vitamin A!
152% of your RDA of copper
Also significant amounts of:
B1, B2, B3, B5, Folate, Iron, Phosphorus, Selenium, and Zinc
I don't know how that compares to beef liver, or chicken livers, actually, but it sounds similar. Your B complex, vit A, etc...