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    I'll wash store bought chickens when the are the only thing available. I don't wash local or kosher chickens.
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    i also moved away from industrial store chickens and now dont wash them, but before when i was eating those ugly chickens i did wash them as packaging smelled weird :P

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    I do.... Her name is Henrietta

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    Good lookin' gal there VB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripleq View Post
    I buy all my meat from a local organic farm. No concentrated feed lots, no animals confined to living in their own filth, no unskilled labor processing the meat. Problem solved.
    +1. I eat less of it than I used to and do this. Never feel a need to wash unless it smells a little off. I also like to keep the skin as dry as possible anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    I do.... Her name is Henrietta

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    I raise my own Chickens when killing time comes around here on my farm they are killed (wring there necks) plucked cut up or whole and then put up for another day ,winter, or as needed let me tell you there is Not all that slime in mine . I have Not bought a store bought chicken or parts there of in many years or eggs either . as to washing they do get a dip on cold water patted dry and then prepaired for what ever to the menu is planned .

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    ^^^so you choke the chicken first

    sorry, i couldnt resist..

    i rinse the bird first, and pat it dry. i typically wipe the entire place down afterwards anyways.

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    Look it up is a type of killing of a Yard bird .

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    I am roasting a chicken right now, and the air-chilled "smart" chicken I used had no slime, and just a little bit of liquid released. Perfect pluck, too, as always.

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