crock pot chicken

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    Feb 08, 2012 7:17 AM GMT
    so i found this video on line, its about cooking the fat out of chicken using a crockpot, but i have no idea if the guy added water, or how long he cooked it for, , every where i looked on google jus led me to complicated recipes, i jus want what he did, but i dont wanna overcook it or worse have it raw



    im trying to start cooking in bulk like this, i have a 7 qt crock pot and jus want out and bought 12 lbs of chicken, any advice would be appreciated im sick of tuna!!!!
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:24 AM GMT
    No water, it was frozen so whatever ice/frozen moisture was on it is what melted off after.
    He cooked it for about 4 hours.
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:29 AM GMT
    u think high low or warm? even bought me a brand ne bottle of bbq sauce : )
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:30 AM GMT
    Since it was only 4 hours I would say High setting.

    EDIT: UGH fuck I could go for some BBQ icon_mad.gif
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:33 AM GMT
    thx man! ne other ideas? lookin for stuff as ez as this, dont rly care what it tastes like, been killin tha whole wheat oatmeal n whole wheat spaghetti too but i hate cookin, im pretty lazy but its time to move away from canned goods
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:35 AM GMT
    Johnnyhotsauce saidthx man! ne other ideas? lookin for stuff as ez as this, dont rly care what it tastes like, been killin tha whole wheat oatmeal n whole wheat spaghetti too but i hate cookin, im pretty lazy but its time to move away from canned goods


    Ideas for chicken or.............?
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:40 AM GMT
    ez n cheap, doesnt have to b chicken, but on a shoestring budget, jus got a 2nd (and 3rd) job so tha food cn get better but cheap and ez are the main requirements tryin to get tha "diet" better but a lot of stuff is pretty expensive, i usually spend bout $150 a month on food, thats tryin to do tha 6 meals a day, prolly gonna up that to about $250 a month for now : )
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:42 AM GMT
    Crack pot? No thanks.

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    Feb 08, 2012 7:49 AM GMT
    Well you can crock pot the shit out of chicken and make all kinds of stews. For roughly 10 bucks you can make a couple of your own pizzas using a whole wheat crust olive oil some marinara and lowfat cheese and dun dun dun chicken or turkey bacon. Left over city, unless you have a fat attack and polish off the whole thing right then and there. My friend made some kick ass homemade enchiladas, his own chilli sauce (literally like chilli powder and water (I dont know the exact recipe but hes a health nerd)) low fat cheese, whole wheat tortillas and chicken and baked for maybe an hour and BAM delicious.

    All this talk about food is making me hungry icon_evil.gif Enjoy your chicken icon_mad.gif
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:51 AM GMT
    It humors me to see you speak your native tongue of XX. ;)
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:53 AM GMT
    ConfederateGhost saidIt humors me to see you speak your native tongue of XX. ;)


    THAT'S RACIST!!
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:53 AM GMT
    bought some shaved turkey earlier, snackin on that while i wait for ckn : ) 1 pkg =40 g of protein icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:55 AM GMT
    if i ever get a really good job ima hire merry maids n jus b a slob, but for now m happy w/ chicken : )
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:55 AM GMT
    Damn straight. or gay, whichever applies.

    Why doesn't Claystation need a mobile phone? 'Cus there are landlines in the kitchen. ;) haha.

    Claystation said
    ConfederateGhost saidIt humors me to see you speak your native tongue of XX. ;)


    THAT'S RACIST!!
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    Feb 08, 2012 7:58 AM GMT
    whole wheat oatmeal icon_question.gif

    Forget bbq. Mr. Yoshidas Marinade Sauce. And grill those fuckers.
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:02 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidWhy don't you contact the person on youtube.com and ask him or her exactly how they cooked that chicken?

    I personally prefer a pressure cooker. I bought one from amazon.com and can cook frozen chicken right from the freezer and to be perfectly done in five minutes. Of course, the pressure gauge has to activate, but that usually takes only ten minutes on my electric stove top range.

    I use water and add spices, one tablespoon of olive oil. I make enough to last me about six days. It uses less energy than a crock pot for four hours!

    I got rid of my crock pot when I started to use it with regularity and my electric bill nearly tripled! It was insane.


    cause i'm cookin it rt now. never rly thought bout tha electric bill, i dont belive i actually have one, i think they just make it up, i left for a month and my electric bill was still over $80 and i if i use electricity w/ reckless abandon it still never breaks $120, still thats pretty high for my tiny ass apartment.

    my grandma used to use a pressure cooker, i still remember the sh sh sh sh sh noise it made, she always said how dangerous it was, and that us kids needed to stay out of the kitchen! she would use that thing all day sh sh sh sh sh sh. then we would eat baloney samwiches. i dont think she ever cooked anything but water in it but it worked great as a kid repellant
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:03 AM GMT
    mindgarden saidwhole wheat oatmeal icon_question.gif

    Forget bbq. Mr. Yoshidas Marinade Sauce. And grill those fuckers.


    grill = work, charcoal lighter fluid but ill give the marinade a shot
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:06 AM GMT
    ConfederateGhost saidDamn straight. or gay, whichever applies.

    Why doesn't Claystation need a mobile phone? 'Cus there are landlines in the kitchen. ;) haha.



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    Feb 08, 2012 8:13 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI just watched the video after I made my first contribution.

    He does say right off the bat that he cooks his chicken for four hours. So that should be clear.

    I don't understand how that chicken he's buying is skinless if it has that much fat on it. I buy skinless chicken breasts and it has virtually no fat. Maybe it's because his has "rib meat" and therefore that contributes to more fat? I'm not sure.

    But when I use my pressure cooker my chicken is cooked and perfect after five minutes of cooking. The amount of fat is trivial, it barely makes a skim coat at the top of the water.


    i caught the 4 hr part but online stuff was sayin 7-8hrs, so im all bout gettin a second opinion, i didnt wanna eat raw ckn. ive had food poisoning 2x and wanted to (thought i might) die both times, never wanna do that again, as for all tha fat i have no idea, i bought tha great value stuff from wal mart, mine supposedly has rib meat as well, is rib meat bad? kina anxious to c how it turns out. im prolly gonna look n2 tha pressure cooker thing, seems like a good idea
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:16 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidThis is the model that I have. I may get another one. I like to cook in it and then simply throw it in the refrigerator with the food contents still inside and use it as storage. So that is why I will eventually get another one.

    If you buy one and you store yours like I do mine, be sure to remove the rubber pressure seal. It's not good to keep this seal compressed for long periods of time, otherwise it breaks down and you'll have to buy a new one. It's very easy to remove and insert back inside.

    http://www.amazon.com/Presto-8-Quart-Stainless-Pressure-Cooker/dp/B0000Z6JIW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1328688642&sr=8-3

    Oh, and it's not very noisy and also has a quick release. This way you don't have to run it under cold water. I hate to have to run hot pressure cookers under water. That is so old school.

    If you buy this be sure to follow the directions to a "T." Otherwise you will have problems. icon_twisted.gif


    thx man, im tryin to change my diet because im goin to tha gym like a madman and not really getting the results i think i should so diet seems like a really good place to start.
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:18 AM GMT
    Johnnyhotsauce said
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said

    If you buy this be sure to follow the directions to a "T." Otherwise you will have problems. icon_twisted.gif


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    define "Problems" lol
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:32 AM GMT
    To continue the tangent a little... there's really nothing that can go wrong with a consumer pressure cooker. Worst case, it'll blow the safety seal and make a loud noise, but I've used one five times a day every day for many years (as a cheap autoclave) and never had a problem.

    The silicone seal on my actual autoclave has a couple of cracks and needs replacement, but they want $600 for a new one. WTF! It's just a gasket.

    Killing time window shopping in Switzerland, I saw some high-end kitchen ranges with side-loading pressure cookers built right in - right along side the microwave. I was standing there trying to figure out why they had little autoclaves in the kitchen... I guess they're used a lot more over there. Can't find a pic on google, but interestingly, it does bring up some U.S. models from 1947 that have built-in pressure cookers.
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    Feb 08, 2012 8:35 AM GMT
    had to google autoclave icon_wink.gif
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:02 PM GMT
    Well, thought id go an extra hour (overslept) and 5hrs on high was a bit too much, the chicken was litterally falling apart, next time im definitely gonna stop at 4. There was a ton of fat and nasty stuff with mine too, so maybe mmtm is using better ckn, gonna experiment more later but ne way, thx for tha help, got a solid start now
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:15 PM GMT
    Claystation saidSince it was only 4 hours I would say High setting.

    EDIT: UGH fuck I could go for some BBQ icon_mad.gif


    You should come to my house. I did a braised pork roast in my crock pot yesterday that I turned into a pulled pork BBQ.

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