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How to Part out a Whole Chicken

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November 26, 2022

A whole chicken is the most economical way to enjoy pasture-raised chicken. It’s cheaper per pound than the cheap, conventional chicken breast in the grocery store. And, more than that, you get a plethora of potential meals with every whole chicken. 

You can roast it whole, then use the carcass to make stock.

Or you can cut it into parts and make chicken salad with the breasts, stew with the legs, and buffalo wings with the wings. 

Eating well-raised meat doesn’t have to break the bank. With creativity, a whole chicken will do the trick on a budget! 

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