I recently listened to a Gastropod (podcast) episode on the rise of chicken farming/availability/popularity in America. (I highly recommend this podcast series if you have not heard of it.)
I was shocked to learn of “acronized chicken” which was the process of dunking chicken carcasses in a solution of antibiotics before they were packaged for the market. Does anyone remember acronized chicken or the shelf life of chickens before acronization?
What are your thoughts?