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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
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    copy...bringing an extra one to the NY run...

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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    That would require A LOT of cabbage. Can Ti leaf grow there?


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    I've given the cabbage idea some thought before in WA...I've driven by a cabbage farm; they are huge before they trim them for market...so it actually wouldn't take as many as you think...and the inside parts of the cabbage might be good for kalua pig & cabbage la dat...and WA has volcanic rock...I think it's doable.

    Pretty sure ti leaf won't do so well in the desert...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepinLife View Post
    Do you Inject even though itís been pre treated with a brine or solution? Or do you just get raw turkey? We got one thatís pre treated so now Iím afraid to brine it or inject it.


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    Go for it. Injected is the best either way.


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    Figured Iíd post it up here, as Iím living in an apartment I couldnít fry my turkey this year. Decided to prep it the same way with Creole injection and Cajun rub then stick her in in an oven bag with some vegetables and herbs. Not quite the same flavor as a fryer, but might have been the juiciest turkey Iíve ever had!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    Figured Iíd post it up here, as Iím living in an apartment I couldnít fry my turkey this year. Decided to prep it the same way with Creole injection and Cajun rub then stick her in in an oven bag with some vegetables and herbs. Not quite the same flavor as a fryer, but might have been the juiciest turkey Iíve ever had!
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    Looks delicious!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    We've been doing them on Traeger for a few years now & won't bother with an oven bird again. They come out awesome - nice & tender. Never dry either.
    Only way Iíll do em now. We are able to 2 at once to have the oven open for all the other stuff that needs to be cooked


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