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Old 12-16-2012, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm cutting whole turkey for my dogs... How so you do it?? I was able to break the wing off for Nikki and cut some of the breast for my pug. It's hard to cut though! Do you feed them the whole thing? Carcass too? Thanks!


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I dissect a turkey the same way I do a whole chicken. I take my knife and start at the legs, removing it at the joint. I do the same with the wings. Then I remove both breasts and break down the carcass.

I will thaw a turkey out in the next couple of days and post a video of how I do it. Very quick and easy!
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Old 12-16-2012, 01:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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That would be great!! Thank-you!!! I managed to get it cut up but it sure wasnt pretty lol. And I stole a couple slices for a turkey sandwich so it's cooking right now I just couldn't wait a week!

Also I found duck at fortinos... In Ontario.. $2.49/pound. I picked up 5 of them. My freezer is packed!! Food basics has eye of the round $1.77/pound and freshco has chicken breasts $1.97/pound! I can't resist all these great sales lol.


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I dissect a turkey the same way I do a whole chicken. I take my knife and start at the legs, removing it at the joint. I do the same with the wings. Then I remove both breasts and break down the carcass.

I will thaw a turkey out in the next couple of days and post a video of how I do it. Very quick and easy!

I do the same as Kari


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Does anyone use poultry shears? I am thinking about getting a pair for cutting.


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I have a pair of kitchen scissors I use for cutting meat which I used. I needed to use a good knife to get through the carcass and I uses my hands for trying to rip bones from joints. I'm sure the butcher doesn't do what I did lol.


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I'm dissecting a turkey tomorrow. It's almost thawed. If i get help from one of the kids to use the camera i will take pics or try video.


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