Learn how to debone a chicken breast and vacuum package it before freezing.
Sometimes you can get great deals on bone-in, skin on, chicken breasts that make fabricating a chicken worth your time. I saved $1.21 per pound (gross) and .99 cents a pound (net) after accounting for the weight of the skin and ribs that I removed. Or you could just vacuum seal the chicken as purchased and save it for later.
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