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The reason we tell you to remove the skin of chicken that was raised conventionally is that toxins are more common in conventionally raised chicken (conditions are nasty) and toxins concentrate in the fat. Chicken skin is fat, so by removing the skin, you avoid a concentration of toxins. You can eat the skin if you want and it is not likely to noticeably change your Whole30 experience. Removing the skin is not a requirement, but it is a "best practice." So, you can eat chicken wings if you like as long as they are not cooked with off-plan ingredients like sugar, honey, soy, etc.

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