- 15 mins
- $5 or less
Grocery stores count on us to skip the whole bird in favor of cut-up parts, like breasts, thighs, and legs. What do they give us in return? Unnecessary expense. If you learn to cut a chicken into parts, you can save up to $2.99 a pound on your next chicken-shopping excursion. (Our researchers found whole chickens on sale on the West Coast for as little as 69 cents per pound!) Here’s how to do it, simply and easily:
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