I have Brine my Turkey for the holiday the past few years. Is a Kosher Turkey just as moist! Where can I find a Kosher Turkey I just moved t

  • Posted by: Jocelyn
  • October 15, 2013
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Kristen W. October 16, 2013
VICINITY, not vacuity!!
 
Kristen W. October 16, 2013
Trader Joes sells Kosher Turkeys around Thanksgiving, if there's one in your vacuity.
 
creamtea October 15, 2013
Here are their turkey products: http://www.eastsidekosherdeli.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/grocery-list-turkey.pdf
 
creamtea October 15, 2013
Are you in or near the Denver area? There is an established kosher deli / kosher market. You could likely call them and have it shipped if you are not in the immediate area. http://www.eastsidekosherdeli.com/
 
Jocelyn October 15, 2013
Thank you for the suggestions, I just move from Texas to Colorado and having to get use to cooking in a higher altitude. I also need to cut down on prep and cooking time as I' be gone from two ovens to one.
 
Monita October 15, 2013
A kosher turkey has already been brined, in effect, because soaking it in salt is part of a koshering process. Empire makes kosher turkeys that are sold in large supermarkets around Thanksgiving time. Where did you move to?
 
jmburns October 15, 2013
You can have your grocer order you a kosher turkey if they do not have them in stock. They are just as moist. If you are not Jewish then you may want to brine one on your own as they can be quite expensive.
 
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