Is it safe to eat chicken raw?
You CAN eat chicken raw, BUT it must be a chicken raised outdoors and not on a chicken farm, and eaten very shortly after it's been killed. Even then you should make sure the outside of each piece of that chicken is cooked, just like you'd do a steak. I have done this, and so have many people eating in top-level *yakitori* ("grilled chicken") places in Japan; and neither I nor they have ever fallen sick as a result. Cheers. +++++
If your car has ever been splattered with chicken poo flying off a transport truck of live chickens going down the mountain, you would say no. The truth is free range chickens are close to good enough to be eaten rare, but personally I wouldn't.
No it’s not
No. The French haven’t made a raw chicken dish and we know the French are masters at food. You risk getting salmonella.
absolutely don't do it,or you may suffer the consequences.Actually imo its' a dumb idea,but do what you like..idc
The Japanese eat raw chicken sashimi (forget the name) Unless its contaminated with salmonella you are safe
No, it is not safe.
You can eat half cooked fish or raw fish, medium rare or even rare red meat, but never, NEVER CHICKEN. Chicken shouldn’t be eaten raw. EVER.
OMG No, don't do it!
It most certainly isn't unless you're really sure of the chicken. Chickens get infected very easily.
apparently chicken is one protein where if there are any pink bits after cooking you can get very sick
YES! Just know where your chicken comes from. Free range suggested and well taken care of.