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How To Buy Turkey

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Find out how to buy a turkey for your Thanksgiving feast on this lesson of Grocery School.
• When buying a turkey, always look for grade ‘A’ meat. It means the meat is non-processed.
• How do we know what size of turkey we should buy? A general rule of thumb is 3 quarters of turkey * number of guests.
• Younger turkeys have tender meat, so the turkey should be less than 5 months. It is always suggested to buy Kosher, Fryer, or Roaster turkey.
• Frozen turkeys are better to buy than the fresh ones. These should be thawed for 5 hours per pound in the refrigerator.

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Thanksgiving is a time when you want to throw dinners and meals to family and friends. And, you cannot not miss out on buying good turkeys, but, how to buy a turkey? Find out how to buy a turkey for your Thanksgiving feast on this lesson of Grocery School.

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