Why did they stop packing the gizard, neck and liver inside the chicken cavity? I think this practice stopped about 25 years ago. When I was a novice cook, I didn't know that I had to first take out the liver and roast it separately, until I had a messy non-kosher chicken, and someone informed me about that. Mind you, they did put a warning on the packaging. I can understand that they stopped including the liver (though, I think they could have just left it outside the cavity. But what about the other parts?
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