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I have a question about the recipe "Baked Turkey Quinoa Spinach Meatballs." from robin runner. Is it 1 pound or 2 pounds of ground turkey meat?

asked by Fanny about 2 years ago

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added about 2 years ago

My guess is 2 lbs of ground turkey since it serves 6 people.

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added about 2 years ago

Here we go YET AGAIN. More poor copy editing from recipe submitters.

Reminder: when you see skeptical instructions in an online reader-submitted recipe, you should check the Internet to see if there is another copy of the recipe elsewhere. A Google search (parameter: "Baked Turkey Quinoa Spinach Meatballs robin runner") results in this page

http://kneadtocook.com...

where it is clear that the recipes calls for TWO pounds of ground turkey.

This isn't a criticism of Food52 contributors. Poor copy editing is rampant epidemic on the Internet, whether it be recipes, hobbies, auto repair, whatever.

The Internet suffers from almost debilitatingly poor quality control.

A wise Internet reader keeps this in the back of his/her mind. Always.

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