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Thread: Food again!

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    Food again!

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    So I put some chicken in the crock pot at 12:30. It is now 5. The crock pot is set to high.
    The chicken is torn up in smaller pieces, not the full size breasts.


    Do you think its done or should I leave it for another 30 minutes?



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    I'd leave it in for another 30. I mean, they're probably done since they're 1) on high and 2) in pieces, but I always cook my chicken for at least 5 hours in the crockpot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by katinahat View Post
    I'd leave it in for another 30. I mean, they're probably done since they're 1) on high and 2) in pieces, but I always cook my chicken for at least 5 hours in the crockpot.
    Cool that will give me time to cook the pasta to go with it and the crescents.

    Another question.

    This recipe called for cream cheese. I didnt want to cook it for five hours so I added it like an hour and a half ago. Do you think thats still good?



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