I am living in US. I often buy chicken drumsticks from food grocery stores and simply boil them to eat. Their packages say they are grade A and/or all natural. I heard that USDA forbids usage of hormones in raising chickens, but antibiotics and other chemicals (that I don't know yet) may be allowed. I also learned that chicken skin is where chemicals are easily accumulated, so I don't eat skin and stock (and intend not to eat skin and stock of chicken in general, not just of drumstick). I wonder if it is wise to do so? Thanks!
closed as off topic by Aaronut♦ Oct 2 '11 at 16:17
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