||[Nov. 13th, 2016|09:07 pm]
The Question Club
I had an argument with a coworker about chicken.|
I argue that if you buy the whole chicken for yourself, let's say it's about 4 pounds, that it's more of a savings in that you get lots of meat, you can make plenty of meals, and you can use the bones and some older veggies for some delicious stock to have either immediately or freeze for later. Let's say the chicken is $12
My coworker says that that's all nonsense and whole chickens are plumped up full saline and other things to make it seem like a savings, and that you might as well buy a package of 4-5 chicken breasts, lets say $7, and that chicken stock doesn't cost much anyway (let's say $2.50/carton)
Who is right?? What say you??