Step 6
Remove The Oil Gland


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8 comments:

TtravisJjames said...

I'm wondering if I need to. I'm not sure what it taste like so I don't know if I should keep it or ditch it. Could someone offer me insight?

juanfahey said...

Remove it and toss it in the junkbin.
It's pure grease and cholesterol.
Personally I also remove the chicken's skin before cooking it in any way.

TtravisJjames said...

People are finding that fat is what we should eat.

juanfahey said...

Yes, of course.
*THIS* people:
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Unknown said...

The pictures are clear enough on this step but when one writes down quick notes and then takes them out to the farm, something gets lost. I read, "get rid of all the yellow," but there is a lot of fat in this area so you'll end up skinning the whole back of the bird. You're going after what feels like a tumor on the butt of the bird.

John Dalton said...

Thanks, came in handy just now. When I said "whole chicken" I really did get a whole one.

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