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whole chickens are cheaper and have more fat on them, learning to quarter them isn't super hard(some butchers will do this for free). [link] This knife is one I can recommend for a budget but very well performing tool. Plus you can make your own stock with the bones. Buying whole un prepared food is generally cheaper. I think having cut alcohol and snacks I am actually saving money despite spending more on meat. Also, you can get fat from butchers very inexpensively or free, which you can render(cook at low heat).
If sticking to the knife is a big issue, check out knifes with a granton edge. A cheaper one I've used is the Victorinox Santoku