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I notice that in Thailand the chicken rice has chicken without the skin. I am wondering if Thais in general don't eat chicken skin?

Is there chemical on the chicken skin that they avoid eating the skin?

I have strong feeling that the government keep the citizens ignorant of chemicals, color, preservatives in foods so that those big corporations in food industry can get away with it. The government work hand in glove with these big food industries- well, there is money in this game.

I doubt if you complain to government department of any wrong doing of food industries any real action will be taken. Unlike in France , Germany or UK where government really come down hard on any infringement of the laws.

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isn't chicken skin high in fat ?

 

Doubt it is a governemt thing but am out of tin foil to make a hat.

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17 minutes ago, Why Me said:

led you to

 

Too late, Polo. If you look out the window to the east do you see a black dot in the sky getting bigger? That's a government helicopter coming to get you. Next time keep your mouth shut. About chicken, egg noodles, carrots, everything. There are things you don't know about you don't want to know about.

Why don't you just say to me, "Hey, Polo, just eat your poisons and stop complaining, everybody is eating their poisons don't see why you can't do it"

I must get this phrase translate to Thai, " Your government is slowly poisoning you without your knowledge, go find out"

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In my opinion, I think it is to facilitate cutting, into small pieces, the chicken.
In the store, or restots, you are sold roast chicken, whole, with the skin or cut, always with the skin.
I do not believe that the Thais are worried about what they really eat, because hygiene, malnutrition, balanced meals are not yet on the program in schools, nor in families.
For taste, at TESCO, the chicken is disgusting. Sweety salty
On the other hand, at Villa Market, not bad at all.

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22 minutes ago, poloshirt said:

Why don't you just say to me, "Hey, Polo, just eat your poisons and stop complaining, everybody is eating their poisons don't see why you can't do it"

I must get this phrase translate to Thai, " Your government is slowly poisoning you without your knowledge, go find out"

 " Your government is slowly poisoning you without your knowledge, go find out"

   รัฐบาลของคุณกำลังวางยาพิษคุณอย่างช้าๆโดยที่คุณไม่รู้ตัวไปหา "

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me, I prefer the nails, there is longer to trim, and it is a good appetite suppressant

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1 hour ago, RangerP703 said:

isn't chicken skin high in fat ?

 

Doubt it is a governemt thing but am out of tin foil to make a hat.

Yep, heard of that and high on cholesterol too

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54 minutes ago, ezzra said:

now let's discuss eating chicken feet, who's up to start?...

in China's it's a delicacy... some time ago they didn't had money to buy chicken meat, reserved for the elite, then the peasants had no alternative then to eat the (dirty) feet, always wonder how clean they get 555

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2 hours ago, RangerP703 said:

Doubt it is a governemt thing but am out of tin foil to make a hat.

I have plenty - no worries, I would share but when people find it necessary to make remarks like this I doubt you would have the skills to form it into a hat 🙂 

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Mostly a traditional Hainanese chicken rice actually keeps the skin on.

I prefer it without but have seen plenty of places that keep it on.

 

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Posted (edited)

Tesco now sell their Chickens with a sticker saying no Pom Chareot (MSG) most places that do rotisserie usually base it with something,  so while its turning, it doesn't get to dry.

 

I believe McChicken nuggets were just mainly made out of the skins.--although I think that's changed now.

 

 

 

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