Why You Should Swap Chicken Breasts for Thighs

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Next time you make a stir-fry, use chicken thighs instead of the usual breasts. Thighs are juicier and more flavorful, and because they have a little more fat (they're dark meat), they don't dry out as easily. Another bonus: Thighs usually cost less per pound.

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