How you can avoid getting a chicken delivery in your life

If you’re a chicken lover and you want to avoid getting chicken delivered, here are a few things you can do. 1.

Don’t order chicken from the delivery company.

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Order your food at the store or on the way home.

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Don: have your own delivery truck.

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Order chicken through a friend or family member.

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Take the chicken back to your house.

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Use the chicken delivery app.

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Order online.

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Have chicken delivered to your door.

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Order delivery through a service such as AmazonFresh or Food Network.

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Buy chicken through AmazonFresh.

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Eat chicken from an open cart at the local grocery store.

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Use a chicken-delivery service such a Food Network, Food Network Express or FreshDirect.

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Use your own chicken for your lunch.

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Order from an online chicken shop.

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Order at your own home.

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Order the chicken at a restaurant.

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Order a chicken with your own name on it. 18.

Order through a food delivery app such as Deliveroo.

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Order frozen chicken from a grocery store or online.

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Buy frozen chicken in bulk and freeze it in the fridge for a later delivery.

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Buy whole chickens from a farm.

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Buy fresh, frozen chicken by the case.

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Order dry-canned chicken in the grocery store, in bulk, at a farm-to-table farm or at a grocery delivery service.

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Eat whole, frozen, or dry-frozen chicken in your home.

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Order whole chicken in a restaurant setting, in the car or on your doorstep.

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Order cold-cut chicken, turkey, or pork.

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Order organic chicken from local farmers.

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Order smoked or cured chicken from farmers.

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Order vegetarian chicken at your local farmers market.

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Order turkey from a local farmer.

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Order bacon from a farmer.

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Order ground turkey, bacon or ham from a butcher.

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Order pork, ham or ground turkey from farmers or suppliers.

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Order roast chicken, roast pork or pork ribs at a local butcher.

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Order roasted chicken, roasted turkey or pork shoulder at a butcher’s.

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Order grilled chicken or pork chops at a farmer’s.

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Order barbecue chicken or smoked ham at a farmers market or butcher.

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Order BBQ chicken, smoked ham or smoked brisket at a cookout.

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Order meatloaf from a farmers markets butcher.

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Order ribs at your farmers markets barbecue.

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Order steaks at your favorite butcher.

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Order steak at a barbecue.

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Order lamb chops or roast pork chops in your favorite restaurant.

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Order sausages at a steakhouse.

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Order ham and cheese at your friends’ house.

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Order any meat at a fast food restaurant.

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Order anywhere meat can be bought.

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Order anything from a fast-food restaurant.

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Order beef at a meat market.

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Order all meat in your order.

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Order burgers or fries at a gas station.

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Order cheese and bacon from your favorite grocery store chain.

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Order pickles at your nearest grocery store (except gas stations).

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Order onion rings from your local butcher shop.

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Order garlic bread at a convenience store.

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Order sausage rolls at your supermarket.

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Order salads at your grocery store for a cheaper price.

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Order baked goods or soups from a supermarket.

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Order meats and cheese from a restaurant or delivery company (including delivery from a delivery truck).

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Order pizza from a pizza place.

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Order boxed vegetables at a store.

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Order prepared foods at your closest grocery store and get your food delivered.

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Order produce from a nursery.

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Order vegetables at your farmer’s market or at your neighbors farmers market (and if you live in a big city, delivery).

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Order fresh produce at a market.

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Order groceries or food delivered through a mail order company.

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Order raw milk at your neighborhood farmers market in a grocery or mail order location.

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Order eggs at a supermarket (or mail order).

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Order ice cream at a bakery or frozen custard factory.

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Order fruits and vegetables from a health food store.

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Order baby food at a health grocery store like Trader Joe’s.

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Order non-dairy milkshakes at your grocer.

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Order homemade yogurt at a delivery location.

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Order fruit at your neighbor’s farmers market, grocery store-type or online grocery store location.

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Order apples at your neighbourhood farmers market; if you are going to the farmers market and want to get your fruit at home, it is probably better to order it at a home delivery.

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Order bread at your next-door neighbors grocery store instead of at