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Re: “Broasted squash carries the harvest into winter

The term broasted is a registered trademark of The Broaster Company of Beloit, WI. It primarily refers to chicken that has been marinated and breaded using proprietary Broaster Company ingredients, then cooked in a special Broaster Company manufactured pressure fryer.

This process produces chicken that is not only much more tender, juicy, and flavorful, but which also has lower carbs, fewer calories, and less fat. In addition to chicken, a wide ranges of other foods, including vegetables, can be pressure fried for superior taste and healthier nutritional aspects than typical deep fried foods.

Broasted foods can be found at restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets, hospitals, schools, and other foodservice operations under the Broaster brand name. There are over 5,000 foodservice operators across America and thousands more worldwide licensed to use this special process.

Locations in the USA serving broasted foods can be found on the store locator on Broasters web site:

Posted by Broaster Fan on 10/28/2009 at 4:47 PM

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