Turkey can be proud about its credentials as a menu staple, too. For comfort, nothing beats a perfectly roasted turkey with all the trimmings. It's also billed as a low-fat option for good reason, with only 6 grams of fat per 6 oz. serving and, naturally low in sodium, it's attracted a lot of attention—and sales revenue—from health-conscious customers. Although turkey is sometimes seen as a chicken standin, it can be just as useful as a beef substitute in some well-loved recipes. And it ...
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