How to start eating chicken when you hate it?
Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:17 PM
I've never bought it before in my life due to vegetarianism and want to start eating it for health & dieting purposes.
Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:38 PM
Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:42 PM
If you're really set on eating chicken: hot sauce.
Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:54 PM
I honestly don't know tons about meat eating because I was vegetarian for a long time and definitely through the years I learned to cook, but a lot of your issues could be addressed by getting chicken from a local farm or farmer's market- I'd get all my meat there if price wasn't an issue. White meat has less fat and calories than dark meat- the breast is a safe choice for among the lowest fat/calorie parts. If there's blood, you'll see it and you can cut it out/wash it off, but I haven't really seen that... the only thing I've seen that I've had to get out was some fat or something, which isn't really a big deal at all, it just grosses me out the way it looks, probably because I was vegetarian for so long.
I really like to eat chicken in curries, maybe something with chickpeas and vegetables. If you're new to cooking overall and want a recipe, I can link you to some. I also make chicken salad a decent amount to keep in my fridge as back-up, I either use canned chicken (sorry not sorry) or I bake a few chicken breasts and shred them, mix with Miracle Whip/mayo/Greek yogurt/whatever and maybe salt and pepper... sometimes I'll put in some curry powder/paste and raisins, or half grapes and almonds, or whatever is exciting to you, hah.
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