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(The Consumerist)   Apparently, some people prefer their ground turkey without metal shards. Some people are just so damn picky   ( consumerist.com) divider line
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2017-10-04 01:08:41 PM  
So it has added iron?
 
2017-10-04 03:06:06 PM  
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Delicious!!!
 
2017-10-04 04:58:16 PM  
I prefer my ground turkey to be 100% beef.
 
2017-10-04 04:59:36 PM  
Yeah, metal shards or no, I still can't stand that ground turkey bullshiat. Next to no taste, and a horrible texture.
 
2017-10-04 05:20:33 PM  
Put all the food that leaves your factory through a metal detector. How hard is this?
 
2017-10-04 05:25:13 PM  

Mikey1969: Yeah, metal shards or no, I still can't stand that ground turkey bullshiat. Next to no taste, and a horrible texture.


Turkey is really best when cut in chunks from the still steaming and almost too hot to touch freshly cooked bird.

/Great, now I want turkey
 
2017-10-04 05:26:53 PM  
HA!  Magnetized my fork for just this sort of occasion.
 
2017-10-04 05:46:12 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Put all the food that leaves your factory through a metal detector. How hard is this?


I honestly thought this was policy... Damn
 
2017-10-04 05:47:24 PM  

Jormungandr: Mikey1969: Yeah, metal shards or no, I still can't stand that ground turkey bullshiat. Next to no taste, and a horrible texture.

Turkey is really best when cut in chunks from the still steaming and almost too hot to touch freshly cooked bird.

/Great, now I want turkey


Now, turkey is yummy. Ground turkey, not so much.
 
2017-10-04 05:54:24 PM  

max_pooper: I prefer my ground turkey to be 100% beef.


I prefer my ground beef to be 100% Horsemeat!
 
2017-10-04 06:03:34 PM  
Lizard meat. I want lizard meat.
 
2017-10-04 07:12:54 PM  
And wash it down with some of this:

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2017-10-04 07:46:45 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Put all the food that leaves your factory through a metal detector. How hard is this?


Maybe the metal was from the metal detector?
 
2017-10-04 07:59:07 PM  
Regulation makes metal infused turkey more expensive. Say no to regulation.

/Put this on cafepress I don't care
 
2017-10-04 08:09:20 PM  
When I think of turkey, I think of Thanksgiving
When I think of Thanksgiving, I think of my in-laws
When I think of my in-laws, I stop thinking
Fark turkey, ground or otherwise
ground in-laws would be better
 
2017-10-04 08:42:06 PM  

Katolu: Lars The Canadian Viking: Put all the food that leaves your factory through a metal detector. How hard is this?

I honestly thought this was policy... Damn


I would assume it is considering the processing facilities I've done design on all required metal detectors after every state of processing. Those were animal feed plants, not even human feed plants.
 
2017-10-04 09:39:40 PM  
I've bought ground turkey exactly twice.  First time I didn't know better and had bland food.   Second time I tried to spice it up, and ended up with spicy bland food.  Not thinking there will be a third time.
 
2017-10-04 11:42:21 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Put all the food that leaves your factory through a metal detector. How hard is this?


American plants that manufacture or process food, medication etcetera that humans consume have very high safety and good housekeeping standards. This is a freak occurence.

Snotnose: I've bought ground turkey exactly twice.  First time I didn't know better and had bland food.   Second time I tried to spice it up, and ended up with spicy bland food.  Not thinking there will be a third time.


You're going at it the wrong way, chuckles. Ground turkey is much like blocks of soy. You use it as an additive, to stretch a different content economically and efficiently. Say you're making meatballs, okay slappy? Make a meat mix of 1:1 ground beef and ground turkey plus your spices and what-not. Comes out real nice, see what I'm saying tough guy? You save money and it's a little better for you. Best of luck.
 
2017-10-04 11:44:26 PM  
It works for tacos and nothing else.
 
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