Sunday, March 9, 2008
Just when you thought it was safe to eat chicken:
I had been looking for info on this for some time now having learned about it from a Haz Mat class a while back. So how can you tell if a chicken has been fed arsenic? Rule of thumb : Take a pack of free range chemical free chicken (skinless breasts are best) and compare the color of the fat. You may notice that the factory chicken (the cheap stuff) has a yellower color in the fat. The only two reasons are that it is either very old or has been fed arsenic.