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    Kentucky Grilled Chicken


    If you haven't tried it yet, then do yourself a favor and give it a go. I don't really care for KFC's fried chicken, but the grilled is good to go. It is just what the doctor ordered now that I am back on the Anabolic Diet after a 5 week layoff (I just could not even look at another steak without wanting to barf).

    Oh and speaking of the AD, it is the real deal. I didn't gain any weight after coming off of it, but man did I start feeling crappy in the gym. This is my first week back on and I am feeling like a champ again.

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    I had heard it was good. Sadly I loved the fried too
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    I tried there grilled chicken last week and I thought it was gross
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    I liked it... little greasy but hey.. good for a cheat day i suppose
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    I plan on giving it a try one of these days. I see that you mentioned that it was a little greasy, is it grilled with the skin on?
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    Yeah it was. Which didnt bother me cause it wasnt super thick, and i just peeled the skin off the breast. The legs.. skin on... good ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3vildog View Post
    I liked it... little greasy but hey.. good for a cheat day i suppose
    The grilled chicken has very little fat or anything in it. The only concern is the amount of sodium it has. This could be a cut meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    The grilled chicken has very little fat or anything in it. The only concern is the amount of sodium it has. This could be a cut meal.
    I was more worried about the grease in my bucket... but ill try it again tonight cause im mega hungry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3vildog View Post
    I was more worried about the grease in my bucket... but ill try it again tonight cause im mega hungry...
    Well I am not speaking from experience I only saw the nutritional information so if its really greasy might wanna watch or maybe blot with a napkin
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    Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    Well I am not speaking from experience I only saw the nutritional information so if its really greasy might wanna watch or maybe blot with a napkin
    Aye Aye Sir! :salute:
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3vildog View Post
    Aye Aye Sir! :salute:
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    Is it good tho?
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    Oh for sure... Although i have eaten so much chicken since i'm cutting that i have to cringe to choke it down. And i'm a damn good cook. Just that chicken taste...

    I may not go to KFC.. lol
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    I think its good, still has alot of fat though.
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    Nitrates = bad (cancer), exogenous hormones in food = bad (cancer and other problems), antibiotics in food = bad (drug resistant bacteria)

    I would avoid, if possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebeachouse View Post
    I think its good, still has alot of fat though.
    The KFC outrawebs says a breast has 4 gms of fat. Is that really that bad? (4 grams of fat 35 grams protein 17 pounds of salt) Doesn't seem like the worst thing ever as far as fast fod goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarleyDog View Post
    Nitrates = bad (cancer), exogenous hormones in food = bad (cancer and other problems), antibiotics in food = bad (drug resistant bacteria)

    I would avoid, if possible.
    if you down gallons of chicken from that place sure, but a peice here or there, wont hurt you
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    1-1.5 g of fat is usually standard in chicken breasts.

    Also, I think you will find yourself hard pressed to find food without nitrates, hormones, antibiotics, or all of the above in today's world. You can find them but your gonna pay a pretty penny.

    I know tyson chicken doesnt use antibiotics or some of their packaging says that.
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    El pollo loco > KFC..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by imprezivr6 View Post
    El pollo loco > KFC..lol
    Their chicken takes some questionable PH's...

    I think they are on the sauce
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    KFC is notorious for having higher concentrations of nitrates than just about any other chicken out there - that is what gives it that weird "pink" color. Sure, a couple of pieces aren't going to kill you, but considering how anal most on this board are about commitment to diet and exercise plans - I thought it would be worth noting.


    Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post
    1-1.5 g of fat is usually standard in chicken breasts.

    Also, I think you will find yourself hard pressed to find food without nitrates, hormones, antibiotics, or all of the above in today's world. You can find them but your gonna pay a pretty penny.

    I know tyson chicken doesnt use antibiotics or some of their packaging says that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarleyDog View Post
    KFC is notorious for having higher concentrations of nitrates than just about any other chicken out there - that is what gives it that weird "pink" color. Sure, a couple of pieces aren't going to kill you, but considering how anal most on this board are about commitment to diet and exercise plans - I thought it would be worth noting.
    Lol I didnt say it would be a smart idea all the time, I am just saying look at the milk you drink. Most of it has steroids and antibiotics in it. Many foods have those elements in them.

    I agree with you not a good idea to eat when you know about these elements being in the food.
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    I liked it. It is still on the greasy side, but it's quite good.

    I never eat fried chicken, but I love it, KFC is good, Popeye's is waaay better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I liked it. It is still on the greasy side, but it's quite good.

    I never eat fried chicken, but I love it, KFC is good, Popeye's is waaay better.
    Glad im not the only one who thought it was greasy...
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