Sure, you can substitute it. Be sure to sear it first on all sides.
I don't see why not, but overall cooking time will be reduced as well as flavor. I would watch the "fineness" of the breasts closely. You don't want them dried out!
Yes you could, but I'm afraid you would sacrifice a lot of flavor.
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