lol, so pluck them off...it's all they do in the factory!!! cook them as per normal..it kills all the germs you think you will gain lol...I'm sorry but comming from out west were we kill to eat...this is just laughable!
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02-04-2013 14:49 #31-
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02-04-2013 14:51 #32
Didn't want to waste, so just cleaned it out and then stuffed it.
Both DP and I have come from the bush. DP has no issues preparing his own food.
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02-04-2013 14:51 #33
THEY DONT GET WASTED!!!
(yes i hope you read that like i was yelling)
its irks me that people think because you wont eat it or pluck it that you just throw it away. Pfft we cant afford to be that wastefull as im sure most others arnt. DH will eat them but i refuse too. Thats my right. I cant stomache it and i wont force myself too
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02-04-2013 15:04 #34
Here it's just me and the kids and I will through them out, I paid for them ill do what I want with them, simple!
02-04-2013 15:12 #35
02-04-2013 15:15 #36
Also i have kids, everyone put your hands up if your kids NEVER wastes ANY food you put on their plate
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02-04-2013 15:25 #37
They get cereal or toast for breakfast and whatever i give them at lunch and they usually have a piece of fruit between those meals yet its a struggle at dinner time. Just when you think youve found a dish they like and they will eat a mountine of the next time you cook it they want absolutely no part of it. Grrrr. We have now got to the point of if you wont it then its bath story and bed. Slowly were getting better.
02-04-2013 15:30 #38-
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why do your kids need to see the feathers??? don't you pluck them off before cooking? :/ My kids would be repulsed too if they were served chicken with feathers!
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02-04-2013 16:08 #39
02-04-2013 16:09 #40
DH will pluck them if there super feathery (which doesnt happen very often) otherwise if its just an odd feather he has no issues just eating it. GAG!
My DS is super picky i marinate the wings or buy them premarinated so the odd feather is sometimes hard to see i cook them up and dish them out. DS will look it over several times before deciding if he wants to eat it and he can spot a feather a mile away.
My nan used to raise and kill her own chickens and we used to as kids watch how it was done. We got to know those chicken before they became dinner. Doesnt mean i particularly like or want to pick feather off chickens. And in this day in age i dont have too either
I also refuse to cook and eat whole fish because my stomache just wont let me.
I eat meat yes. Do i touch it yes but with gloves.
Do i respect that it was an leaving breathing creature before becoming my dinner.... Yes i do.
But some people just cant stomach that stuff and shouldnt be judged bad for it.
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