As Memorial Day approaches, we're pulling out the grills and putting our chef aprons on. In true spirit, you Prenovaters have been searching the Food-Grading Engine for chicken dishes. Before you marinate your favorite piece of poultry, read up on which parts of the chicken match your guidelines.
According to conventional wisdom, white meat (i.e. chicken breasts) is "healthier" than dark meat (i.e. chicken thighs and drumsticks) because of its relatively lower fat content.
However, that advice flips if you follow a strict kidney diet. It so happens that a Roasted Chicken Thigh has lower potassium, phosphorus and protein levels than one half of a Roasted Chicken Breast- all of which could make thighs a better match for your kidney guidelines.
Log in to Prenovate's Food-Grading Engine to check your favorite food's grades.