Costco's Kirkland Rotisserie Chicken Nutritional Fact

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  1. pandemonium

    pandemonium New Member

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    I just had 1/2 of the Rotisserie Chicken, but wanted to know the nutritional fact for it. At the least I need to know the calories, fat and protein. I've tried googling it, but couldn't find any info on it. Please help, I need to know for my food journal. thanks
     
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    oh yeah, I had it without the skin..
     
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    lol...if you ate it w/o the skin and ate 1/2 of it I assume that means about 4-6 oz of breast and thigh. I would write down 30ish g protein, 10-15 g fat maybe 2-3 g saturated, and 2-3 g carbs.


    just off the top of my head.
     
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    haha yeah, i originally wanted to eat 1/4, but that stuff is like crack to me so i had to eat half

    what about the calories?

    thanks for your help :)
     
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    they just had a buy one get one free shit on it too
     
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    is it a pretty good amount of chicken for the price even without buy one get one free?
     
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    How much did it cost? I buy the Kirkland chicken-in-a-can and it's a pretty good amount of protein for the price. Tuna is cheaper, but I hate the taste. :hs: I can just eat the chicken plain. :yum:
     
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    The chickens from Costco are 3lbs (weight of entire chicken) and $5 (maybe $6? Its been awhile).

    Much better value then getting the little 2lb chickens from grocery stores (which tend to be $6-7). Super wal-mart has 'em for $4 but it is only 1.75lbs.

    The Costco chickens are quite filling if you have some veggies and bread/noodles/potatoes too. The others sometimes would still leave me hungry (when I was bulking).
     
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