Translated from Japanese: I try to never run out of it.
I'm a fan of this moist, juicy and beautiful pink minced meat.
When it’s half-thawed, I put it back in a container and store it in a chilled room so I can scoop up the sherbet-like minced meat with a spoon when I need it.
This freezing method is convenient because you can use as much as you need.
However, it seems to affect the taste, which used to impress me with its freshness, so I’m a little worried.
After all, as the areas that come into contact with the air increases significantly, freezing burns are a concern. Even if the meat is less greasy.
Chickens that are raised freely in mountainous areas of Japan, don’t look healthy and when they’re fed with pesticide-free vegetables, their eyes change and they rush towards the food.
Unlike cows and sheep, chickens seem to have evolved to the point of taking in grains naturally. Bostock Brothers may have a small proportion of apples compared to the amount of grains available.
However, I think it's very exciting for chickens to be able to adjust themselves and eat according to their appetite and physical condition every day.
I have a goat as pet. After all, goats eat the same grass, but their preferences differ according to the different tastes of grass grown during different seasons.
Lastly, we’re all grateful that this meat came from chickens that can walk around freely on a big apple orchard farm and eat whatever they like. We’re eating it happily.