As you probably know, I've been trying to eat a little better recently.

Nothing too crazy. More veggies, more lean meat, less fried stuff, etc.  And part of that is grilling up some nice chicken.  I find that there are a lot of good spice combinations that you can use with plain old chicken breast that make them pretty tasty! And, of course if you brine your chicken beforehand, it's not going to get too dry. Which I do sometimes, when I can be bothered. I try to keep it simple.  The easiest path from a to z, right? Well, sometimes I find those little tendons in the chicken, and it can make cutting or chopping it difficult.  But then, I saw this on the TikTok, and my mind, blown.

How did I not know this? How is it so simple, yet, so out of my little brain's grasp?  I am going to have to try this, obviously.  I don't know, would that work for regular breast pieces?  Maybe.  I mean, that's what I get for the most part.  I don't really go for the "organic" thing that she was talking about just because, you know, I'm cheap so I don't want to pay for more expensive chicken when the regular bag o' breasts is workin' just fine.

Do you have any special tricks or tips when you're cooking chicken?  Do you like certain recipes better than others?  Do you eat chicken often, or is there another protein that's your go to?

Chickenly yours,

Behka

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