You might be a first-time visitor to the u.s. and be wondering if turkey is the same as the netherlands. I get it. I know I’m not the only one. However, my family and I are all turkey-philes. I’ve been to a turkey show once or twice, and the first thing I always do when I get home is look at the turkeys.
This is just a fun thought experiment. I mean, it would be so cool to have a turkey farm in the netherlands. But I don’t think I would enjoy it as much as I do in turkey. The difference is that I like getting food out of my finger more. But I can imagine it probably wouldn’t be as much fun there.
And turkey is a food that has some pretty interesting textures in its meat, which makes it pretty easy to pick up. But turkey and nethers are so different. I mean, there are a lot of similarities. Both are meaty, and both are loaded with fat. But turkey has a layer of fat under its skin. Netherlands, on the other hand, is mostly meat. But on top of that it has a layer of fat on top of its skin.
It’s really hard to get a good recipe for this. I’ve been trying it for years. But I don’t think I’m quite as good as I used to be. The reason I really hate it is because it was too light and easy to make. It’s not easy to make.
I think that nethers are great. I mean, its just a fact. And turkey is so hard to beat. I mean, you can’t even do it right.
We don’t know for sure if turkey has a layer of fat underneath its skin, but it’s pretty obvious it does. Because the skin is so pale, it doesn’t have the same orange color it would have had if its skin was closer to the turkey’s body. We’ve seen that this happens in a lot of other meats too, so its possible turkey does have a layer of fat under its skin, but to be really sure we need to see the skin.
Now, if we could just find out if turkey has a layer of fat underneath its skin! So that’s what this thread is all about.
That’s right. We’ve seen turkey’s skin that is closer to the outside than the body and yet they do make an exception for that. But we can’t just say that turkey’s skin is closer to the outside than its body. That would be a lie. So the fat layer is on the outside of the turkey, and its not just that.
The truth is, turkeys skin is closer to the outside than the actual body. But it gets us no closer to knowing if turkey is made of fat or not.
This is one of those threads that has the potential to become a whole thread about turkeys. And no, its not because they are more fat than other animals. Its because turkey is a meaty bird and that meaty nature is what makes turkeys skin more like the outside of the animal. Though I have to say that most people who write about the insides of turkeys seem to have no idea that the outside of a turkey is actually the outside of the bird.