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butterball fresh turkey $.29/lb at BJs

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I was in the store today and saw this tButterballl turkey is .29 and Butterball turkey breast was $.99/lb. Great deal if you want to cook and freeze or eat as leftovers for a while.
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Which is it?
Your header says .29 lb, but the words say. .99 lb.

It was. .99 lb, and is now. .29 lb?
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Title says turkeys, post talks about breasts.
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Which is it?
Your header says .29 lb, but the words say. .99 lb.

It was. .99 lb, and is now. .29 lb?
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I'm guessing the fresh turkeys were .29/lb and then as another option there are the Butterball turkey breasts at .99/lb. Agree that OP needs to clarify more
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That makes sense now Khatndi.
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I'm guessing the fresh turkeys were .29/lb and then as another option there are the Butterball turkey breasts at .99/lb. Agree that OP needs to clarify more
Yeah that seems pretty obvious

They were probably posting from the app or something

Deserves a TU, $.29/lb is a great deal for fresh whole turkey
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I got a butterball last year and it didnt have a pop out button. Turkey did not come out good. Idk, maybe im an idiot but i need that thing.

This year i got the store brand turkey with the pop out timer and it came out great.

Im going to make turkey left overs now.
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I got a butterball last year and it didnt have a pop out button. Turkey did not come out good. Idk, maybe im an idiot but i need that thing.

This year i got the store brand turkey with the pop out timer and it came out great.

Im going to make turkey left overs now.
Get your own thermometer. More accurate than the popup and you can use it to help in your cooking.
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Get your own thermometer. More accurate than the popup and you can use it to help in your cooking.
I have one... i use the button to let me know when done and check temp when i pull it out.
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Sorry, turkey was .29 and breast was .99.
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By the time the button pops up, turkey is frequently overcooked. Not exactly a precision instrument.
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How does this get thumbs down? There's no justice hereSmilie
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I have one... i use the button to let me know when done and check temp when i pull it out.
If you're using that, you're overcooking it.

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Popups have a compound in the tip that melts at a determined temp and releases a spring that pops the stem up. Although they can be accurate, they can also stick, they read only one part of the turkey, and they are usually set too high to prevent litigation. Pop-ups are why your turkey tastes like cardboard. Throw them out.
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Deep fry it or don't bother...
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