Is it safe to eat chicken with green muscle disease?
Also asked, is green chicken meat safe to eat?
Despite the alarming colour of the chicken breasts, the supermarket claims that the meat is safe to eat. A spokesperson for Coles told news.com.au that the green flesh is known as deep pectoral myopathy (DPM) and is usually the result of a “bird flapping its wings too much”.
Subsequently, question is, should roast chicken be green inside? Short version: chicken bred for excessive white breast meat end up being unable to supply enough blood to keep all the tissue alive, so some dies. The green stuff is that dead/dying tissue. Apparently while quite unpleasant, it is safe to eat.
Besides, why is there green stuff in my chicken?
Unusual green colour in chicken meat is usually due to a condition known as Green Muscle Disease (or Oregon Disease) which is found in commercially raised broiler chickens. In poultry farming, broiler chickens are kept relatively inactive during the growing period.
Is it safe to eat chicken gallbladder?
Red meat and dairy products are good sources of protein, but they can also be high in fat, and a high fat intake can put stress on the gallbladder. Low-fat protein foods are a suitable option. They include: poultry.