Pastured whole chickens cost a fortune around these parts. They are about $16/kilo (about $8/pound). Their chicken livers are double that. Even their bones are $8/kilo. Ouch!
I'm trying to eat more beef and other stuff to replace the chicken, but we've always been big on chicken. I'm buying regular chickens, and using regular chicken bones for bone broth. Obviously not ideal.
My question is this: How bad is unpasteured chicken? Not based on assumption, but fact. Does anyone know if there is anything in it that would actually harm us? I can't eat beef liver (too gross). I figure that liver from poorly sourced chickens still has more nutrients than say a can of tuna or a piece of beef (muscle meet). And imperfect bone broth is better than no bone broth.
P.S. If there is anyone in Israel who knows how to get decent affordable chicken, please let me know.