chicken in a can?

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  1. tsi90

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    tried it for the first time today after getting a sample at the grocery store. wasnt the best thing ever but quick and easy. Is this stuff good for you?
     
  2. DEF

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    yes it's good for you, it's chicken
     
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    yeah but its in a can. smells like crap also.
     
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    i wouldn't eat it :hsugh:
     
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    Jimmycrackcorn OT Supporter

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    If it's in a can it probably has some crappy preservatives in it.....which generally is not good.
     
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    Ceaze https://hearthis.at/DoYouEvenUplift Moderator

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    I don't eat it by itself, but I'll throw it in some pasta or something
     
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    I cannot eat it by itself.
     
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    retorq What up bitch??

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    I rinse mine in hot water and toss it in with some rice and red wine vinegar ... just like tuna.
     
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    It's tolerable by itself, but I like throwing it on a skillet and grilling it a lil bit..add some red hot's or pepper or something...
     
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    im going to throw it in some instant noodles tonight, we'll see how that goes
     
  12. xpinchx

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    I use it to make BBQ chicken. It pulls apart really easy so it's perfect for that.
     
  13. Felix

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    I eat it when I need something quick. Sometimes I throw some low fat mayo in it and spread on some whole wheat bread
     
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    I eat it all the time. Canned turkey from Costco is good too.
     
  15. tsi90

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    good idea. I might try that and throw it on the forman grill to heat it up.
     
  16. Zaffir

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    Have it every day for lunch. Nowhere near as tasty as "regular" chicken but it's easy to just microwave it and throw on some BBQ sauce.
     
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    Tuna in a can > chicken in a can
     
  18. KingGargantuan

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    to me it tastes better straight than tuna does
     
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