Originally Posted by LT72884
so how do you prevent all the juices and water from splashing out the cut seems?
Wow you have me on that! Maybe I just haven't had liquidy chicken breasts? The source I have is a local farm. The chickens are free range birds. I place an order for 20 lbs of either breasts or legs and two weeks later they are killed and butcherd and I pickup that afternoon.
Fresh or thawed they are't splashing juices. Hmm the bag does get a little wet but the plastic so extends beyond the meat that it is moistend shut enough that it won't squirt.
Before I found out about the farm I was using breasts from the local Giant supermarket. I am thinking by having them on a plate by the board I just never thought about the juices on the plate being the excess that you maybe asking about.