Should I remove fat from rack of lamb?

Chef's answer
When you buy a rack of lamb it usually comes with a thick layer of fat on top. Whilst this is okay to cook, it will take a while to render down, so it's best to trim it off. You can ask your butcher to do this or you can do it yourself.
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