Agneau de pré-salé

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.wikipedia
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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

Mont-Saint-Michel

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.
The well-flavoured meat that results from the diet of the sheep in the pré salé (salt meadow) makes agneau de pré-salé (salt meadow lamb), a local specialty that may be found on the menus of restaurants that depend on income from the many visitors to the mount.

Appellation d'origine contrôlée

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In 2006, salt marsh lamb raised in the area around the Bay of the Somme received its own AOC certification.
In 2006, it awarded AOC status to salt marsh lamb raised in the Bay of the Somme.

French language

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

Salt marsh

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

France

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

Normandy

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

Somme (river)

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy. In 2006, salt marsh lamb raised in the area around the Bay of the Somme received its own AOC certification.

Picardy

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Agneau de pré-salé (French: "Salt meadow lamb") is a type of lamb which was raised in salt marsh meadows of France, especially Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy and the Bay of the Somme in Picardy.

Halophyte

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The sheep graze in pastures that are covered in halophyte grasses with a high salinity and iodine content, causing their meat to have a distinct taste that is considered a delicacy.

Salinity

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The sheep graze in pastures that are covered in halophyte grasses with a high salinity and iodine content, causing their meat to have a distinct taste that is considered a delicacy.