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12/12/08 11:16 P

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Be sure to take off the skin of your chicken if you cook it in your crock pot.


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Your crock pot should have come with a book which will offer some suggestions for how to use it for the best results.

I usually use thawed meat but if the recipe states you can use frozen then you can. If you use frozen in recipes calling for thawed chicken it may not turn out the same and would take longer to finish.

Most crockpots state to put veggies on bottom and meat on top but I find it works fine either way.

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12/11/08 10:03 A

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Good morning everyone! We are almost finished with the beef stew that I made (thanks to all of you) and I am ready to cook again! Just a couple of questions - one recipe I have says to use frozen chicken breasts. Can I do this with any of the recipes? If so, do I put the chicken on top or on bottom? Also some recipe reviews recommend adding veggies, which I plan to do. I have fresh & frozen - if I throw in a bag or two of frozen, do I put on top or bottom? What about fresh?

Please add any tips you might have for my next venture. I did read the basic tips (long) that were sent to me and they are helpful and I will read them again before I get started. Thank you in advance!

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