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trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't like chlorinated chicken, dont buy it. Also have a bit of trust in your country. UK is the world leader in standards and would become better in quality after we leave
Edited by: "getknk" 26th Dec 2019
trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


What does any of this have to do with a pressure cooker?
We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 26th Dec 2019
terriclarkfan26/12/2019 10:55

Excellent price. Can cook a full chicken in 30 minutes.


It takes quite a while to get to pressure with a full chicken in there, you can only cook a fairly small chicken and you have to allow the pressure to drop before opening if you want to avoid the breast meat tasting like rubber. Even then, you’re still better off using an oven and just spatchcocking if you want great flavour and texture. For the size of chicken it doesn’t take much longer

I love my pressure cooker and I use it practically every day but I never cook chicken in it, unless it’s a thigh meat curry or something. Most of the sites extolling the virtues of cooking chicken breasts (in particular) in these things seem to be American, so I can only assume that they either shred all their chicken so it’s less noticeable or they’re just used to rubbery chicken.
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No this was in store in Newquay, i would give your local one a call to check
Excellent price. Can cook a full chicken in 30 minutes.
terriclarkfan26/12/2019 10:55

Excellent price. Can cook a full chicken in 30 minutes.


It takes quite a while to get to pressure with a full chicken in there, you can only cook a fairly small chicken and you have to allow the pressure to drop before opening if you want to avoid the breast meat tasting like rubber. Even then, you’re still better off using an oven and just spatchcocking if you want great flavour and texture. For the size of chicken it doesn’t take much longer

I love my pressure cooker and I use it practically every day but I never cook chicken in it, unless it’s a thigh meat curry or something. Most of the sites extolling the virtues of cooking chicken breasts (in particular) in these things seem to be American, so I can only assume that they either shred all their chicken so it’s less noticeable or they’re just used to rubbery chicken.
Life saver

I bought 5l from Argos at 49.99 sometime back
We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 26th Dec 2019
Thanks, managed to get one
trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't like chlorinated chicken, dont buy it. Also have a bit of trust in your country. UK is the world leader in standards and would become better in quality after we leave
Edited by: "getknk" 26th Dec 2019
Caveat Emptor.
How to get this deal it's not working
It’s only in store.
trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


What does any of this have to do with a pressure cooker?
These are great
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2 left in Letchworth Morrisons! (I took 1 of these)
TechnoDonkey26/12/2019 11:21

It takes quite a while to get to pressure with a full chicken in there, …It takes quite a while to get to pressure with a full chicken in there, you can only cook a fairly small chicken and you have to allow the pressure to drop before opening if you want to avoid the breast meat tasting like rubber. Even then, you’re still better off using an oven and just spatchcocking if you want great flavour and texture. For the size of chicken it doesn’t take much longer I love my pressure cooker and I use it practically every day but I never cook chicken in it, unless it’s a thigh meat curry or something. Most of the sites extolling the virtues of cooking chicken breasts (in particular) in these things seem to be American, so I can only assume that they either shred all their chicken so it’s less noticeable or they’re just used to rubbery chicken.


most of those kinds of sites are American anyway, so it isn't exactly noteworthy that most promoting pressure cooked chicken are American.

i haven't tried pressure cooking myself but i was pleasantly surprised with boiled chicken breasts for lazy meal prep. it's entirely passable if you shred and then char the boiled breasts in a clean frying pan over high flames. better results than oven roasting (skinless and without oil coating), imo, and faster.
I used to think these were amazing... Until I got an InstantPot... makes these look and feel like toys!
SausageMummy26/12/2019 13:52

I used to think these were amazing... Until I got an InstantPot... makes …I used to think these were amazing... Until I got an InstantPot... makes these look and feel like toys!


in what way? robustness? features? size? power? ease to clean? genuinely curious.
zabra26/12/2019 13:52

most of those kinds of sites are American anyway, so it isn't exactly …most of those kinds of sites are American anyway, so it isn't exactly noteworthy that most promoting pressure cooked chicken are American.i haven't tried pressure cooking myself but i was pleasantly surprised with boiled chicken breasts for lazy meal prep. it's entirely passable if you shred and then char the boiled breasts in a clean frying pan over high flames. better results than oven roasting (skinless and without oil coating), imo, and faster.


There’s a difference between boiling (poaching) and pressure cooking. I often poach chicken for sandwiches etc and it’s probably one of the better ways to cook a chicken breast. What’s more if you poach it perfectly it even retains its tenderness when reheated, or even frozen. Pressure cooking is a very different beast.
TechnoDonkey26/12/2019 13:56

There’s a difference between boiling (poaching) and pressure cooking. I o …There’s a difference between boiling (poaching) and pressure cooking. I often poach chicken for sandwiches etc and it’s probably one of the better ways to cook a chicken breast. What’s more if you poach it perfectly it even retains its tenderness when reheated, or even frozen. Pressure cooking is a very different beast.


fair enough, figured it would lend similar results but you're the more experienced
zabra26/12/2019 13:59

fair enough, figured it would lend similar results but you're the more …fair enough, figured it would lend similar results but you're the more experienced


It heats by putting the water in the unit under very high pressure, so it is extremely harsh on the meat, and I find that it breaks down the meat in a way that lead it to being tough. I initially experimented with a lot of different times and methods using my Instant Pot and in each case the poached or roasted method was so much more juicy and delicious. In most cases a chicken breast I cooked in the IP had to be shredded to be anything close to edible, no matter how long I cooked it under pressure for, or whether I quickly released the pressure or natural-released.

When I poach I bring the water up to about 75 degrees and very delicately cook it in seasoned water, followed by an ice bath. It’s extremely ‘kind’ on the meat and leaves it nice and tender and juicy for things like sandwiches.
getknk26/12/2019 12:21

You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't …You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't like chlorinated chicken, dont buy it. Also have a bit of trust in your country. UK is the world leader in standards and would become better in quality after we leave


Yes but I hope we keep our UK standards, and don't bring thme down
trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


Thank Brexit for the privilege.
Had them in Blackpool squires gate store! Cleared them out, thanks for posting!
getknk26/12/2019 12:21

You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't …You still in the world of fear mongering? Things have moved on. If u don't like chlorinated chicken, dont buy it. Also have a bit of trust in your country. UK is the world leader in standards and would become better in quality after we leave


That's the funniest thing I have read all year. If you seriously think that any large scale business will not cut a corner at the consumers expense if hey can get away with it then I have some magic beans to sell you. Something like 80% of the chicken that consumers buy is contained in pre-packed food. You don't get to really choose what chicken goes in your Korma meal at a curry house or on a Tesco's shelf. Are standards are decent by world standards at the moment but even now they are far from perfect. I used to sell chemicals to the farming industry and dairy farmers would at least half the time buy cleaning chemicals that sterilise sh@t and p@ss that goes in to your milk over the chemicals that stopped it getting there in the first place. Why? Because one was 30% cheaper than the other. Both are legal.
Zakkiexoxo26/12/2019 16:19

Had them in Blackpool squires gate store! Cleared them out, thanks for …Had them in Blackpool squires gate store! Cleared them out, thanks for posting!


Cleared them out? Not very festive or generous of you?
TechnoDonkey26/12/2019 14:05

It heats by putting the water in the unit under very high pressure, so it …It heats by putting the water in the unit under very high pressure, so it is extremely harsh on the meat, and I find that it breaks down the meat in a way that lead it to being tough. I initially experimented with a lot of different times and methods using my Instant Pot and in each case the poached or roasted method was so much more juicy and delicious. In most cases a chicken breast I cooked in the IP had to be shredded to be anything close to edible, no matter how long I cooked it under pressure for, or whether I quickly released the pressure or natural-released. When I poach I bring the water up to about 75 degrees and very delicately cook it in seasoned water, followed by an ice bath. It’s extremely ‘kind’ on the meat and leaves it nice and tender and juicy for things like sandwiches.


Out of interest, have you tried poaching method in the instant pot? I've had some great results with this recipe


instant-pot-bbq-whole-chicken
Did anyone happen to notice if the soup maker had gone down in Morrie's?
jynxy226/12/2019 19:25

Out of interest, have you tried poaching method in the instant pot? I've …Out of interest, have you tried poaching method in the instant pot? I've had some great results with this recipeinstant-pot-bbq-whole-chicken


It’s not the method, it’s the mechanism. Easier and more effective to use a pan as you can manage the temperature better.
trannyboy26/12/2019 11:59

We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone …We can all enjoy the American chlorinated, steroid filled hormone inoculated chicken from next year. Our UK food hygiene and animal husbandry rules always were a bit fussy, 5 fly eggs and 1 maggot per 100g of Tomato juice a few rat hairs in your Paprika or maggots in your Orange juice are never going to kill you.


Read this and stop being such a xenophobic plonker...

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Holey_Moley26/12/2019 18:04

Cleared them out? Not very festive or generous of you?


Now I remember why I don't comment on deals.
Bought one of these last year at full price. Great product.
terriclarkfan26/12/2019 10:55

Excellent price. Can cook a full chicken in 30 minutes.


Yes but it needs to be submerged in liquid. Its not an oven per se.
"30 insect fragments in a 100g of peanut butter" Thanks for linking that article, In my research of acceptable levels of food contamination in American products I had missed that one, as a consumer of peanut butter with your help I will now know to avoid American made peanut butter, thanks again.
Argyll6826/12/2019 20:23

Yes but it needs to be submerged in liquid. Its not an oven per se.


Not submerged; a couple of inches of water or chicken stock is sufficient.
zabra26/12/2019 13:54

in what way? robustness? features? size? power? ease to clean? genuinely …in what way? robustness? features? size? power? ease to clean? genuinely curious.


Robustness, spread of coming up to pressure, ease of care
SausageMummy26/12/2019 13:52

I used to think these were amazing... Until I got an InstantPot... makes …I used to think these were amazing... Until I got an InstantPot... makes these look and feel like toys!


What is an instant pot? Had an old fashioned pressure cooker for years but recently got an induction hob and it didn't work on there so it's had to go. I've been considering an electric one and this would be a good buy
6nzal
Very cheeky
5+ in stock at Gravesend Morrisons. The staff have not updated the price tags
TechnoDonkey26/12/2019 12:39

What does any of this have to do with a pressure cooker?


He is saying, make sure you cook it in these kinda pressure cooker, so these maggots and stuff are cooked well done, so you can enjoy it well.
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