As NSC is the font of all knowledge, can someone give me a definitive answer to this;
Are supermarket bought chicken breasts, sealed and within sell by date, supposed to smell like rotten eggs upon opening the pack? I was looking forward to making a nice green Thai chicken curry, but the smell of the chicken (Sainsburys home delivery on Monday) was enough to make me consign it to the bin. My wife said that she thinks the sulphur smell is a by product of preservatives, but I'm not convinced. To me it smelled like the chicken had been shagged by a skunk.
In future I think I'm going to buy my meat from the shop at Secretts Farm, costs an arm and a leg but hopefully salmonella free.