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Heritage Chicken

Explore the unique flavors of heritage poultry! Raised outdoors on pasture by Frank Reese at Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch, these whole birds are certified standard bred by the American Poultry Association and are brought to you in partnership with Farm Forward and the Jewish Initiative for Animals.

How To Cook Heritage Chicken

Heritage Whole Chicken
Bred for exquisite flavor, these birds are a culinary treat. Heritage poultry is quite lean, and are best enjoyed slow-roasted or braised in liquid at low temperature for 1-3 hours until tender.
1 whole chicken per pack.
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Heritage Whole Roaster
These large roasters are especially flavorful due to their age: they are grown to nearly 6 months. Perfect for a traditional roast chicken dinner, these larger birds can also be used for any recipe calling for a "stew hen" (though they are not nearly as tough). For best results, slow-roast at low heat or braise.
1 whole chicken per pack.
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Heritage Chicken Cut in Eighths
Save the hassle of cutting up a whole bird by letting us do it for you! Heritage birds are known for their delicious flavor. They do best when cooked at low temperatures, whether braised or slow roasted, for several hours, until tender.
1 cut-up chicken per pack.
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Heritage Chicken Liver
A nutrient-dense, old-fashioned delight. Pastured chicken livers are chock-full of vitamins A & B, folic acid, and iron, and, when chopped up with a little sauteed onion and a hard-boiled egg, out-of-this-world delicious. Liver must be kashered before eating.
1.5 or 2lbs per pack.
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