I once read that monks used to eat newborn rabbits, considering them a delicacy. Now that we're getting back into chickens full time, I started thinking about this again. How tasty and economical would it be to eat chicks? I'm talking about both the standard meat hybrids and "frying pan" roosters. Has anyone tried this before? We're playing around with an auto-sex hybrid and thought if we could deep fry or otherwise cook the day-old roosters it'd be easier than raising 50-100+ at any given time, then butcher each and every one of them. I've tried looking for day-old chick recipes on Google and haven't found anything. The closest I've come across is a Phillipino delicacy called balut, but it's made with duck eggs and eaten before the duckling hatches. So not -quite- what I'm after. Any tips, thoughts and suggestions are extremely welcome.