Asked in Food Safety
Can you eat raw turkey?
December 20, 2009 8:26PM
Eating raw turkey is not recommended. Raw meat can contain salmonella and other bacteria that can make you very sick if the bacteria is not killed by cooking the meat.
Asked in Breast Enlargement, Colitis
Can you get sick if you eat turkey that is uncooked?
How long is a thawed turkey safe to eat?
At what temperature should a raw turkey be kept at?
Asked in Bacon (food), Turkey Meat
Can you eat turkey bacon raw?
"No! All raw meat has the possability of making you severly ill." -I don't believe this is correct, as turkey bacon is made of chopped and formed pieces of cured turkey, which is the same stuff you would find in your sandwich meat aisle. YES. Turkey Bacon can be eaten right out of the package, although I'm not sure if the flavor would be worthwhile, let alone the texture.. A slimy piece of bacon? No thanks.. There are two types of turkey bacon, raw and fully cooked. If it does not say "Fully Cooked" on the package, then it is raw turkey meat. It all depends on which type of turkey bacon you bought. If it is the raw type, you do stand a chance to get salmonella poisoning from eating it without cooking it.
Asked in Chemistry
Is cooking a turkey a chemical or physical change?