' Ain't none a ya got no fetchens! Shor is glad I come here ta help you uns! Gonna half ta straighten this out wif my superior ways. LOL!
Thank goodness at least one of us had cousins who introduced them to a milk fight! You know, that wonderful sport where you each get a cow, grab a teat and try to hit your opponent with a shot of milk. What? You say city kids don't do this?
This isn't an ingredient problem, it is a grammar problem. When someone notes a particular cheese as lamb 's cheese, they do not mean cheese made from milk from a lamb.
That would be like saying Teresa's house is from Teresa. The apostrophe s means: The house possessed by Teresa. With this in mind, I'm pretty sure that what they mean is the milk possessed by a lamb (or should have been) which would mean the milk that could be harvested soon after the lamb was weaned.
Guess that means you are all right.
I declare to you that woman must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself, and there I take my stand. ~Susan B. Anthony