When you’ve been on the run all day and dinner time is looming, a pre-baked chicken can be a lifesaver. Costco Rotisserie Chicken is a great value, but do you know exactly what you are serving?
For an easy meal that’s also easy on the wallet, there’s not much to dislike about rotisserie chicken. Or is there? A deeper look into Costco Rotisserie Chicken shows some good news, but you should also serve with caution.
When so much of our daily diet is filled with fast or processed convenience foods, it’s nice to put something fresh on the table every so often. And because we can actually watch rotisserie chickens cooking, we are under the assumption that they are about as close to fresh and home-cooked as you can get.
But, it turns out that those chickens are not quite as preservative-free and ingredient-pure as we might like them to be. Thanks to Dr. Oz who did some digging and found out the complete scoop on what’s in those chickens and just how healthy they are…or aren’t.
WATCH: We love the $5 price, but there are things that you should know about Costco Rotisserie Chicken before you buy.
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