Luncheon meat is similar to corned beef. This is safe to eat during pregnancy and so is sliced turkey.
Yes. Just make sure it's been properly refrigerated and hasn't expired.
When it stinks.
sliced turkey bologna, turkey* ham and turkey salami
In home roasted turkey there are:approx 159 calories in 3 oz of thin sliced turkey breast including the skin.approx 114 calories in 3 oz of thin sliced turkey breast with the skin removed before eating.
It depends on the brand and how thick the slices are. However, it is approximately 29-35 calories per ounce, or 28g, of sliced deli turkey depending on the brand.
Turkeys do not 'get pregnant'. They lay eggs.
Turkey can be sliced and served in many variations. The ounce weight is not a fixed weight based on slicing of the meat.
I can tell you that a 6" turkey sub from Subway is 5 points....hope this helps
Slicing turkey represents a physical change, not a chemical change. The chemical composition of the sliced turkey is identical to the chemical composition of the intact turkey. Only a physical change has taken place.
The turkey is considered a sacrificial bird in Mexico.
The turkey is considered a sacrificial bird Mexico.
An average thin slice of turkey is only going to be around 2 to 3 ounces. This depends on how thick the turkey is sliced and how large a piece you are being served.
it will make 100 sands with 3 oz of turkey per person
Israel, Turkey, and Lebanon are considered middle east countries.
Yes, why not.
mine normally lasts for a good week and then it starts going bad
No a diet consisting of turkey on the menu is not considered vegetarian as Turkey is a meat and was considered living. Vegetarians do not eat meat thus making turke unacceptable.
Turkey sausages is indeed considered processed meat. This is technically because turkey sausages are actually meat that is processed in factories.
Yeah, turkey's are considered a bird.