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The simple answer is no. The skin will hold in all the moisture in the lean duck meat. It will also flavor the meat as it cooks…kind of like self-basting. If you absolutely have to get rid of the skin, take it off after the meat has rested. Make sure you give it to the guy next to you. Most people would kill for some extra crispy duck skin.

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ROTISSERIE CHICKEN: 13 recipes to make fast and easy meals

13 of my favorite go-to recipes using store bought rotisserie chicken are included in this FREE ecookbook. From soup to salad, with pasta and pot pies in between, there is something for everyone.


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