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Old 10-16-2006, 01:50 PM   #5
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One additional concern at times is "bloody looking" fluid close to the bone.

If it looks raw or bloody close to the bone, do the paper towel test.

Using a clean paper towel--soak up a bit of the juices. If it is red on the towel, it is blood and needs to be cooked some more.
If clear--done. Eat and enjoy the moist chicken.

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