Is it better to boil or steam chicken?

Chef's answer
On the subject of temperature, although steam is hotter than boiling water, steaming cooks slowly compared to boiling. This is the reason boiling is more efficient when cooking huge amounts of food. In terms of ease, there is no question that boiling wins by a significant margin.Feb 4, 2019
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Of course it does. The two mediums will try to reach equilibrium with each other. This is no different than using marinades or more specifically in this case (but the opposite of what you are asking), brines, to flavor a medium like meat (so to increase salt content of meat internally in this case).21 Feb 2016
Cooking meat breaks down any tough fibers and connective tissue, which makes it easier to chew and digest. It also leads to better nutrient absorption ( 1 , 2). In addition, cooking meat properly kills harmful bacteria such as Salmonella and E.
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