Rotisserie Chicken Skin... Tasty or Too Greasy?

My personal 'go-to' healthy meal will always be a juicy rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. I'll be honest, I don't really have much of a preference when it comes to where I shop for a chicken dinner. Whether if it's Market Basket or Shaws or Stop n Shop, the prices (for the most part) are pretty similar.

Market Basket was my first choice in the past, but lately, I've noticed a non-consistency with the size of their chickens, regardless of how tasty they may be (after all, I'm a big guy, I need a big chicken).

The problem itself doesn't lie within the size or the flavor, but in fact in the skin. I know lots of friends and family members who would tell you that the best part of the chicken itself is the skin and I'm sorry, but I have to disagree. The skin is loaded with fat and grease and packed full of sodium.

I apologize for being somewhat of a health snob, but it's such a turnoff for me. Slimy remnants with zero nutrition are just not on my diet. I'm sure the zesty, salty, greasy taste of the skin is a delicacy for some, I'm just not one to fancy something that unhealthy.

What about you, do you eat the skin or toss it away? Take the poll below: