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2005/07/28 14:30:48 (permalink)
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Just wondered if you eat jacket poto skins and chicken skin ??

I eat poto skins but not chicken.

My bro loves the chicken skin the best, surely it must be bad for you is it ????
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    scottishstu
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:37:44 (permalink)
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    chicken skin cooked it ok, most of the fat is under it though and in it I think.
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:39:47 (permalink)
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    I eat potato skins (including sweet potato skins LOL!) but rarley eat skin on meat/poultry, as nice as it is!

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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:42:09 (permalink)
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    Can't just say chicken skin is bad. It would all depend on what the rest of your diet looks like. Obviously you should avoid it if you're on a serious cut, but otherwise a little every so often isn't going to kill you.

    Personally I love it. Depending on how the chicken has been cooked and seasoned that is.
    Potato skin I can take or leave. Sometimes I'll eat it but most of the time I won't.

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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:44:09 (permalink)
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    I dont mean for a body builder i mean is it bad for you in general ??? I even take it off my KFC
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    windymill
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:45:24 (permalink)
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    I always eat the potato skins as they are a good source of fibre apparently. Can't bring myself to eat chicken skin though
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:45:52 (permalink)
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    Alwas eat Potato skins. They are a good source of fibre. Never eat chicken skins. Full of fat.
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 14:48:02 (permalink)
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    Yuk, cant stand eating the skin off anything
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    reg1
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 15:08:21 (permalink)
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    potato yes, chicken no, even tho it's soooooooooooooooo nice
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 17:28:59 (permalink)
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    Yes I eat both, there's nothing wrong with either.
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    RE: Skin 2005/07/28 18:26:18 (permalink)
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    I read that if you take the skin off a piece of chicken (say a breast), you effectively half the fat content.
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