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A recent outbreak of salmonella linked to raw turkey has sickened some 164 people. With Thanksgiving approaching, Martha Stewart stops by TODAY with some of her top food safety tips. Be sure to wash your hands often, use paper towels and take other precautions, Stewart says.
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How To Cook Turkey Safely: Martha Stewart Shares Her Tips | TODAY

8 thoughts on “How To Cook Turkey Safely: Martha Stewart Shares Her Tips | TODAY | Wonderdir

  1. Correction to Martha Stewarts turkey segment.

    From Website

    United States Department of Agriculture

    Food Safety and Inspection Service

    Refrigerator Thawing Times

    Whole turkey:

    4 to 12 pounds — 1 to 3 days

    12 to 16 pounds — 3 to 4 days

    16 to 20 pounds — 4 to 5 days

    20 to 24 pounds —5 to 6 days

    Those folks that are thinking that defrosting a large turkey in the bag it came in in the refrigerator in 2 days will be disappointed.

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