Where Do You Buy Your Chicken?

Grilled chicken chef's salad over organic greens, garden tomatoes - topped with shredded asiago cheese

Have you seen the documentary, Food, INC.?

Umm…yeah…

Pretty much…THAT.

What an impact this film had on our carnivorous lifestyle!

Pork? I don’t think I’ve bought ANY, except for natural bacon, of course (not including my beloved carnitas I like to buy at the local Mexican joint.)

Beef? I buy from a local farm, where I can sickly watch them wander about their natural living conditions. Hey…better than seeing them over-crowded, up to their knees in a shit-filled cattle yard. Mmmm…steak anyone? No thanks.

Chicken? Over the past year, I have been buying local Amish-raised chicken. More recently, I was contacted by Zaycon Foods to try out their fresh from the farm, boneless, skinless chicken breasts. After reading a bit about them, I found their chicken is never frozen and is 100% natural with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients. Natural does not mean organic, but sounds like a better decision than using conventional chicken.

How was it? Delivered fresh, in a FORTY POUND box. Yes, you heard me correctly. FORTY POUNDS of whole, boneless chicken breasts. Sounds like a lot, but it’s actually been very nice having a bulk amount of chicken to use whenever we want. After the delivery, we quickly got to work cleaning and packaging the chicken into useful sized amounts. Because we are a small family of three, we froze them in packages of four. We even ended up with two bags of “scraps” to use in stir frys and soups. When I say scraps, I mean the little niblets that were trimmed off of the trimmings – pure white meat, baby.

Interested in winning a FORTY POUND box to try for yourself? Keep reading…I’ll be giving one away SOON!

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