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      The chicken worthy of a hero's last meal.
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      07.29.2015

      The chicken worthy of a hero's last meal.

      According to tradition, shamo chicken was originally brought to Japan in the early Edo era from Siam (Thailand) as a fighting breed. It was later bred for poultry, creating a meat that is highly nutritious and loaded with protein. Legend has it that one of Japan’s most popular historical figures, Ryoma Sakamoto, stated his desire to eat shamo chicken before dying from a mortal wound. Shamo chicken lovers are especially fond of hot pot recipes, which give the meat a delightful texture both crunchy and chewy.

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