LET SCIENCE GUIDE YOUR WAY TO...
By Dr Megan Chircop
Butterflying a chicken can more than half the cooking time as well as make for easy carving. Here's how to do it...
Once butterflied, proceed as you normally would to roast a chicken.
TIP: Since you are going to the trouble, cook 2-3 chickens so you have plenty of leftovers for lunches throughout the week.
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Welcome. I am Dr Megan Chircop. I am a medical scientist and nutritionist with 20 years in medical research. As such, I have extensive knowledge and a thorough understanding of how the body works. I am able to simplify the science behind the way food fuels the body and mind to provide energy and nutrition needed to achieve optimal health and vitality. I am also a keen sportswoman, and have extensive knowledge of sports nutrition.
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