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Which way is breast side down on a chicken? They both look the same to me... :-(

Which way is breast side down on a chicken?  They both look the same to me...  :-(

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Funny looking chicken!!  If you're talking about a whole chicken, then the "bumpy" side, (breast).  The chicken will sit flat with the breast side up. 

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The skin side.............the hollow side is the back of the breast.

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