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ASDA ASDA Extra Special Free Range whole chicken (please note that the price displayed is the price per kg) PER KG
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Rather have the little plump one that have no room to move about as they are much tastier. I tried to go free range with chickens but found nearly every one I got to be tough rubbery and tasteless. The cheap ones taste much better to me. I do not mind paying extra for quality and would prefer free range but they taste rubbish.
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waj1234;5044966
Rather have the little plump one that have no room to move about as they are much tastier. I tried to go free range with chickens but found nearly every one I got to be tough rubbery and tasteless. The cheap ones taste much better to me. I do not mind paying extra for quality and would prefer free range but they taste rubbish.

you must be cooking it wrong then as EVERY free range I have tasted is much better. or maybe you just like the taste of growth hormones.
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csiman;5044988
you must be cooking it wrong then as EVERY free range I have tasted is much better. or maybe you just like the taste of growth hormones.


Nowt wrong with my cooking I can assure you. I must have been unlucky as the last 3 free range ones were not good. the last one was a morrisons best range and was nearly a tenner. It was tough as old boots.

Give me a standard chicken any time:thumbsup:
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Oh No!! Flashbacks of the last chicken thread.... :shock:
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angelwithdirtyw;5045157
Oh No!! Flashbacks of the last chicken thread.... :shock:


Lol. It is not a matter of if it is right or wrong with me. I prefer to eat something that has a had a better life but at the end of the day animals are reared for eating and I choose which tastes better. The free range ones I have had have all been large ones and maybe that is why they are tough but they were not that nice in my opinion. Maybe I should try non super market ones?

As for growth hormones, that is what makes britain strong, lol:) Everything we eat is full of rubbish anyhow.
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waj1234;5045215
Lol. It is not a matter of if it is right or wrong with me. I prefer to eat something that has a had a better life but at the end of the day animals are reared for eating and I choose which tastes better. The free range ones I have had have all been large ones and maybe that is why they are tough but they were not that nice in my opinion. Maybe I should try non super market ones?

As for growth hormones, that is what makes britain strong, lol:) Everything we eat is full of rubbish anyhow.

yeah, go for one from one of the better supermarkets like waitrose/sainsburys/M&S or farmers markets rather than the budget shops like lidl, asda etc

as these dont have water pumped into them, they will be drier so always a good idea to cook it upside for the first 30 mins when roasting (makes it more succulent).
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csiman
yeah, go for one from one of the better supermarkets like waitrose/sainsburys/M&S or farmers markets rather than the budget shops like lidl, asda etc

as these dont have water pumped into them, they will be drier so always a good idea to cook it upside for the first 30 mins when roasting (makes it more succulent).


Sounds like the answer. A water injected chicken must have different cooking requirements than a proper one. Basting techniqus would help and the result would be far better. I can't imagine any decent chefs using cheapo chcikens. Except JO of course, because Sainsburys are paying him.

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