Excellent quality. They were delicious.
I grew up eating beef brains with scrambled eggs. Recently, the only thing I could find was pork brains, and they didn't taste as good as the beef brains, which are no longer available, but they were all I could find. your lamb brains are so good, I forgot the taste of the beef brains! In me, you have a customer for a long, long time!
Only a few specs of bones in a couple of the brains, could probably be swallowed without worry. The taste is very mild and isn't at all of goat or beef, or any animal I can think of for that matter. It is very soft when fully cook and has no resistance. I didn't find a need to remove any membrane since it isn't noticeable when it's cooked. It is fatty but in no way greasy. It seems to retain its fat within its structure and not shrink or render out fat when cooking.
I would recommend boiling it for 2-3 minutes and eating it with a little salt or mixed into an already cooked omelette.
As for the prion concern, I am glad I ordered lamb brains since lambs cannot get mad cow. They get their own version called Scrapie. Scrapie cannot be transferred to humans. It can be transferred to cows eating lamb brains, and then to humans, but not directly (according to the research I've done on the matter, I urge you to do your own).
The price might seem a little steep for offal but just remember that brain contains 700mg Omega 3 fatty acids per serving, which isn't on par with fish but still much better than any plant alternative in a similar amount.
no bones, about 2 ounces each
Was my first time trying...surprised with how much I enjoyed them