Household TipsCutting Up Less Expensive Whole Chicken

Cutting Up Less Expensive Whole Chicken

Cutting Up Less Expensive Whole Chicken -Frugal Homesteading

For anyone trying to save a few cents at the grocery store this is for you. Cutting up a less expensive whole chicken is economical because the whole chicken costs less than a cut up chicken.

You also get the back with is perfect for making stock, With stock you have a soup starter. So you see buying a whole chicken really is the best use of your money. Unless you only buy your fresh chicken already cut up, it is important to know how to cut up a whole chicken.

If you have never done it before it might seem to be a bit overwhelming and it will not look very pretty when you are done. Fortunately, this video was designed to help the newbie to easily cut up any whole in just a few minutes. She walks you through the entire process sharing a lot of good tips to make it easy to cut up your chicken.

Cutting Up a Less Expensive Whole Chicken

This tutorial for cutting up a whole chicken is from, The New York Times. When you are raising chickens for meat it is very important that you learn how to cut up a whole chicken after it is has been cleaned and dressed. This video was designed to demonstrate how to cut up a whole chicken into the individual parts.

Benefits of watching the video Homemade Recipe: Cutting Up a Less Expensive Whole Chicken

Learn exactly what you need to know about cutting up a whole chicken into parts so that it can be cooked or added to a recipe.
The video describes everything that you should have on hand and what kind of knife you should use.

The video demonstrated the best way to cut into the chicken in order to separate each part from whole chicken.
The video is the perfect medium to use to show how easy it really is to cut up a whole dressed chicken.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

Subscribe Today


Get unlimited access to our EXCLUSIVE Content and our archive of subscriber stories.

Exclusive content

Latest articles

Popular Articles

More articles