Grilled Chicken - The New American Diet

US - An objective Weber GrillWatch Survey, which was conducted by third-party Greenfield Online, is the nation's first and most comprehensive study on what, where, when, why, and how Americans cook outdoors. Suprisingly, the statistics reveal that Americans are burning the pounds by grilling poultry meat.
calendar icon 26 March 2008
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According to the survey, thirty-one percent of American grill owners are grilling more than they were a year ago because they're "trying to eat healthier," More than one-third (39 percent) of all Survey respondents went on to say that they are grilling leaner meats, more vegetables (38 percent), more poultry (34 percent), and more fish (22 percent) than they did a year ago.

Apparently Americans are grilling more times per week. Seventy-one percent report they fire up their grill "at least once a week" during their grilling season (up from 69 percent last year), and 47 percent say they fire it up "at least a few times per week" compared to 43 percent last year.

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