You generally want to only avoid extra skin/fat on poorly reared animals. If they are free range/grass fed/organic then you should eat most of the animal (organs etc).
the organic free range i eat is from one of our major grocery lines (macro whole foods) and consequently one of the major organic players commerically available in australia, so i do feel confident of the product quality... i also buy nuts, coconut products and veg from their brand.
Eat the skin! Especially if you know where your chickens come from.
If you've removed processed foods, deep fried foods and industrial seed oils from your diet, don't lose sleep over O3:O6 in meat and nuts.
would you say their standards help produce a higher quality bird?
Antibiotics for therapeutic use under bet care :/
Inside constant dim lighting allowed & approx. 14 birds per square meter inside.
Access to outside but you don't know if they actually do.
Oh my goodness - eat the chicken. I bet most MDA readers would give an arm or a leg to have a meat supply that good.
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