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That depends on what the black spots are.


When black spots have formed on raw turkey, it is not ok to eat and needs to be discarded. The turkey has been in the freezer for too long to be edible.


It's diseased. Don't eat it. you had it in the deep freezer for too long.


It is not safe to eat broccoli with black spots. This could be a sign of mold that may be dangerous if ingested.


because when it is old and has black spots if you eat it you will get food pouison and will sometimes die.But the rison it has black spots on it is that it means that it has been in the fridg to long.


Okra that has black spots should not be eaten. Okra pods will be green and firm when they are fresh.


no, it is not safe to eat and may lead to death.


If the skin has black spots, then it is fine and the banana will just be mushy. If the banana itself has black spots, throw it away because that is mold growing on your banana and it will make you sick.


As long as you bring it up to an internal temperature of 165°F, it will be safe to eat. Add 50% more time to cook a frozen turkey and remember to remove the giblet bags as the turkey thaws during cooking. See Related Links.


Smells and looks normal or the easiest way is to cook it and eat it


Ladybugs eat aphids,fruits,and vegtabals...


Ladybugs eat other small insects such as aphids.


No Okra is not supposed to have black spots on it. Depending on the variety , some okra may have 'reddish' colored spots on it as it starts to turn to seed. Those are too woody to eat. You only want to eat the smaller softer pods.


the black with white spots mean what it look like i could not put the () on it so it looks weride


They eat Flake, Frozen, Freeze-dried and other fish foood


yes if frozen its best to not eat them their icy and they are crunchy


It's ok to eat. But it will be very dry and not have much flavor.


Turkey and bluejays eat the leaves off of them


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this sounds like growth on the meat, i wouldn't


An unfrozen turkey can be kept in the refrigerator for four days. If it was frozen when you put it in the refrigerator it should be fine to cook and eat within five days.


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we eat turkey on thanksgiving day because the pilgrims and the Indians use 2 eat turkey that is why we eat turkey


they can be black wish red dots which means you shold kill it, they can be red with black spots which eats bad insects so that means good, they can be yellow with black spots which are evil and eat the red ones.


yes, they did eat turkey.