Hi, I was thinking:
- Summer: Dry rub some sand into it before cooking
- Winter: Wet rub some snow into it before cooking
- Spring: Leave it out in the rain both before, during, and after cooking
- Autumn (aka Fall): I dunno...just step on it or whatever. Maybe throw acorns at it
OK jokes aside, some of you may know, I recently had a medical situation that requires me to significantly alter my diet which was mostly garbage. I explained to the doctors that my diet was essentially a fatty, meaty, cheese, greasy ball of garbage that nary a vegetable graced. I had severe hypertension which is probably what led to various other complications.
I've been eating nuts, fruits, some greens, peanut butter, and various other things in a conscious effort to reduce my weight, carbs, sugar, cholesterol, salt, and weight (listed twice because I need to lose a lot of weight).
I just bought a ton of chicken. Usually I would take raw chicken it out of the fridge 20-30 minutes before I cooked it and salt it all over. But...I don't think it's wise to salt it anymore. So what are some good and tasty alternatives? Note, I plan on using my air fryer for cooking the chicken.