- Joined Jan 18, 2011
Glad to be back but I need some help. I have to watch my cholesterol and sodium. What can you suggest for a low fat/sodium diet using the smoker/grill. :grilling_smilie:
There is no doubt that not eating the skin or fat is a good thing. Unfortunately, it will still be more fat than if you cooked it without the skin or fat as that juicy texture of the chicken when you cook it with the fat, is fat in the meat.Thanks for the info. I have four 10# bags of lump charcoal just setting there and a good smoker. What if I smoke bone in and skin on chicken breasts but not eat the skin or fat?
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