Rotisserie Chicken Processed Foods?

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Garlic Butter

Scribe: Lucy Osbourne


On Thursday night, no one wants to cook and my usual go to is Walmart for the rotisserie chicken. A recent article dumped my beloved garlic butter rotisserie chicken into the processed foods category. I was forced to investigate and here I will share with your my findings. 

In describing the chicken I will begin with the price is right for two boys and two adults. Seductively succulent and savory are my go to words for my late week chicken fix. However the chicken is pre-seasoned in factories and shipped to supermarkets where an employee can put it in the oven for about 30 minutes and out comes a perfect chicken. 

While it is processed, it is an anomaly being one of the healthiest processed meals. And, is even better when the skin is removed. 

I hope this helps with your quick fix late week, ten minute, Walmart or Sam's, or BJ's meal solution –feel good about it. 

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