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 Boiling a turkey 
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Who has done this. Heard about it, just havent tried it


Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:26 pm
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Sounds fucking terrible.

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Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:33 pm
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I was told you fix your pot up for a crawfish boil. Seasoning with all the fixings. Inject your turkey with whatever, then lower it in for min. Or so per pound. I heard its damn good. Ive never even tried. Figured there may be somebody that has


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cb5331 wrote:
Sounds fucking terrible.

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I don't know, when a brother fixes turkey necks during seafood boils, they come out damn good, but only when a brother does it.....might be good, never had a whole one done though

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Not a fan of boiling anything other than pasta or crawfish. Everything else is better some other way and boiling is just a lazy ass way to ruin good meat.


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