Question about Hunting
I am really mad bcz I wanna eat a moving chicken so badly...
The question that you first must answer is: Why is the chicken moving? If the chicken is moving because the area that it lives in has a blight, there is not going to be much meat on that chicken. IF the chicken is moving because there is ground water contamination then the meat might not be good for you. If the chicken is moving to get a better job then it is in hard times and just like a blight, might be on the slim side. If the chicken is moving because the crime rate is high, you need to be careful when catching that chicken so that you don't get robbed yourself. If you loose your fine silverware to robbers, you wont be able to consume that chicken. If the chicken is moving across the road then you might want to check and see what political district that side of the road is in because you could upset the balance of political posturing by eating that chicken. As cocky as it sounds it might be better to leave that chicken alone HENse don't eat the chicken.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
First try to grab it. Then only you can eat it.
It will be also beneficial for your health too as you will run behind the chicken and running is a good exercise.
After catching the chicken you can eat it and can get all the energy back which was being wasted at the time of running. as 140 grams of chicken consists 43 grams of proteins.
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chicken and pat it dry. If you are short on time then you can cut your chicken
into smaller pieces. Place the steamer basket on top of a pot of water. It
should be about half way full and the chicken shouldn't be immersed into the water
but it's ok if it's touching a bit.
If you want
to add to the flavor, you can add things to the water such as herbs, spice,
lemon slices etc
Use a food
thermometer to see when the chicken is cooked (it needs to reach at least 165
Eat it fresh and hot with a salad or a starch like sweet potatoes.
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