Hi, junior. The only stupid question is the one not asked
Here's a photo of 4 chicken breast halves:
See the straight line down the right side of the breast in the front? That indicates it has been cut in half and the bone removed (some are cut more evenly than others). Whole chicken breasts are more rounded, and include the two halves on either side of the center breast bone. HTH.
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I'd have to say more often than not they come already halved. Unless I just never look for whole boneless ones.
I get them either way. Sometimes I think it's already halved, just thick, only to find out it was a small breast tightly folded with a little bit of ice holding the halves together. I hate when that happens.
I'll be flipping it on the grill and next thing you know it opens up and there's a whole nuther side that's not even cooked
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