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Old 16th November 2011, 00:25   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

Hmm ! I personly wouldnt plastics when heated or burned give off toxins ! And by the sound of it she didnt wash the chicken before cooking ! Sorry i woudnt eat anything that lady cooks .
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

I thought it was advised not to wash the chicken before roasting as it only spreads germs through splashing water etc - cook in a pre heated oven and all germs will die anyway!

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I wouldn't have eaten it or anything cooked with it. If it was plastic, the heat will make it release toxins and I'd want to be cautious and agree with Funlife above except about the washing of the chicken. You should NOT wash chicken.
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

Thanks again - it was eaten and I believe everyone is still alive and kicking. I agree about the plastic emitting poisonous chemicals, but to be honest I dread to think what we've all consumed in restaurants and fast-food places, and many drink from plastic bottles and plastic lined cartons, and who know how they've been stored or transported?

As with regards to washing chicken - I didn't know that! I have never washed a chicken in my life, and wouldn't think it a very healthy thing to do, especially as we're told not to drink the water in this region; I know people in Istanbul who do, but seriously sometimes our water is brown!

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... and makes lovely gravy.
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

Tell her to throw away the chicken and eat the paper square.
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Old 16th November 2011, 11:27   #17 (permalink)
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

When we were first married I cooked a chicken complete with the plastic bag of giblets still inside and we're both still alive nearly 40 years' later! Obviously I did it from ignorance rather than choice!
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Re: Chicken packaging - how safe?

Saw Jamie Oliver cook an egg wrapped in clingfilm in boiling water....I wouldn't fancy it. BTW they call that plastic thing that soaks up the meat juices a nappy....mmmmm
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