They say chicken as food is non-count in English. In my native language, we simply count chicken as food. We go to a grocery store and ask for ONE, TWO, THREE frozen chickenS.
How do you count chicken as a whole (i.e. not having cut into pieces but without a head and feathers)?
Are these sentences right? If not, what's the right way to say them?
I bought three raw fat chickens today.
I roasted the three chickens for dinner.
I put all three roast chickens on the table and said, 'enjoy'.