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I would think that sou vide would keep it very moist. BUT I have never tried it.(nt)
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Posted to Thread #31186 at 3:51 am on Nov 14, 2019
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- 31186. The image of this Sous-Vide turkey does nothing for me. I thought it was fish. [IMAGE] - MarilynFL - 3:50pm on 11/10/19 (9)
- Might look just fine wrapped tightly in a sandwich. [NT] - Marg CDN2 - 8:51pm on 11/10/19
- My mom used to cook hers in an electric roaster - Melissa Dallas - 10:39pm on 11/10/19
- Well, don't throw out the sous vide water with the baby--or whatever. - Charley - 11:57pm on 11/10/19
- I'd use sou vide to make turkey for sandwiches! Dry turkey breast is superior . . . - mistral - 6:42pm on 11/11/19
- Do you think sous vide will make it dry? [NT] - Charley - 11:46am on 11/12/19
- I would think that sou vide would keep it very moist. BUT I have never tried it.(nt) [NT] - mistral - 3:51am on 11/14/19
- Just talked to DS who has a huge "Early Thanksgiving" party the Saturday before. He makes - Charley - 8:20pm on 11/13/19
- Just watched an ATK episode on sous vide and they said if you leave meat in the water... - Michael in Phoenix - 6:08pm on 11/14/19
- That is true--there are "windows" of the best results/texture of the meat. There - Charley - 11:56am on 11/15/19