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comment Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?
So is there no way of concealing that taste? at all? I've tried searching and people have brined, marinated, smothered in onions, etc but to no avail. Is this inevitable?
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comment Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?
Thank you, sir. I have to note, though, that I've only had US/California free range organic chicken once, awhile back, and I can't remember if it tasted "gamey" afterwards but it was great.
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revised Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?
Grammar correction; Gamey taste
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comment Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?
Hello Eric, It goes directly to the freezer. We never refrigerate ever, unless of course you thaw it, even before we got to the US. I think the word I am looking for is "GAMEY". It tastes very gamey, but not much like turkey. THere is an off putting taste in the chicken if you don't marinate it. Even when I try to velvet the chicken, it still would taste off inside.
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comment Why do US chicken taste “gamey”/rancid in no time despite proper storage?
Hi, Marge it's just chicken. Beef and pork are fine. Beef sometimes do taste funky too, that after taste is so distinct. For some reason, the brined ones don't taste like that, maybe because it is being masked by the salt or it acts as preservative.
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