Every Friday we round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across while conducting research for our news stories. This week: Arsenic in Our Chicken? Inspired by our ‘chicken weeks’ of Open Up, we have dug up some chicken meat related recipes which advocate for the use of responsibly sourced chicken meat, and some news stories.
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Arsenic in Our Chicken?
Let’s hope you’re not reading this column while munching on a chicken sandwich. Why? Read on.
Using the Whole Chicken
“I feel that people have lost the art of making multiple meals out of a whole chicken or joint of meat. This is a crying shame because it means a lot of perfectly good meat around the country is going in the bin. To help you make your meat go that little bit further, here are a few ideas to help you get the most out of your chicken”, Jamie Oliver.
Roasted Organic Chicken with Herbs
This simple recipe makes the most of organic chicken’s flavour, and it tastes all the better knowing the chickens were only given organic feed, and no antibiotics.
Is This the End of Meat?
These days, fake flesh looks – and tastes – just like the real thing. Kate Burt visits the first ‘vegetarian butcher’ and asks, are the omnivore’s days numbered?
Race to Serve up Artificial Chicken for a $1m Prize
A small group of people will meet in Washington later this year for what they hope will be a lunch to change the world.
Organic Quinoa with Egyptian Spiced Chicken
One of Honest to Goodness’ organic & natural food recipes.
From One Chicken Breast, Many Meals
If you have seen Robert Kenner’s excellent and disturbing movie, “Food Inc.,” then you may already have crossed chicken off your list of acceptable foods. Or, like me, you may have resolved to seek out chicken that has been raised in a humane way, not mass-produced and industrially processed like most supermarket poultry.
Dirkje Koene is a Copywriter for Fairfood International.
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