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Thanks Barrett! I am most flattered!

Life is full of risks. A stuffed turkey is an inevitable one, though you can reduce the risk by rinsing your bird well and avoiding using raw egg in the stuffing. And, of course, cooking it well. So there.

It's not the danger from the stuffing I worry about its the drying out of the bird. By the time the stuffing's cooked, the white meat's jerky.

Do you stuff a turkey if you deep fry it?

While I agree with the stuffing==turkey jerky equation, AB recently did a Good Eats devoted to the heretical idea that it's possible to have moist bird and stuffing. He claimed success, but I don't know that it's worth the trouble--making dressing after the roast is just so much easier.

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