No trip to Costco is complete without eating your way through all the delicious samples and walking out with the retail chain's signature rotisserie chicken in hand.
With rotisserie chicken so succulent and savory, it's no surprise that it's a favorite for most people.
But why is it seemly so addictive??
Well, Dr. Oz wanted to find out and teamed up with food Journalist Mark Schatzker to do so. Schatzker revealed on the show that rotisserie chicken is often processed, meaning the bird is "pre-seasoned in factories" and then shipped to supermarkets where "an employee can put it on the skewer and cook it."
The tender meat often contains several ingredients including sugar and salt--even going so far to compare it to a potato chip. In addition, the skin is flavored with MSG, sugar and other natural flavors. This combination helps explain why we can't have enough of the chicken.
However, despite exposing some truths about this dinner table favorite, Dr. Oz says, that is may be "one of the healthiest processed foods out there...and taking off the skin to keep it healthier."
8/9/2018 08:23:23 pm
Going to the grocery store is a task that is done every 2 weeks or so. While the obvious reason is to replenish the stock of food in your home, it is also the time to go and buy grocery store chicken. As a kid, I would always get excited when my mother and I would go to the grocery because I knew that what we would be having for dinner was the delicious rotisserie chicken that you can get at the groceries. It was always a different taste than the chicken you can order in restaurants. It will always be a memory and a taste that I will never forget.
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