4 Myths About Turducken You will Want to Hear

Turducken has become popular all over America, and many people are replacing the traditional turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas with this succulent, juicy meat instead. If you have read any of the reviews, you will already know that turducken is considered to be a real treat for the entire family. However, if you are one of those that are still on the fence about trading in your traditional turkey dinner for this one, you will want to keep on reading.

There are a few myths about this type of holiday food that need to be dispelled, so that everyone can enjoy turducken for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Examine the myths below, before you make a decision this holiday season.

Myth One: People Who Don’t Eat Duck Won’t Like Turducken

This is one of the most common myths around about this holiday meal. The duck does play an enormous role in making the meal the best that you will ever eat. However, it only does that by adding juices from the duck to the turkey. In short, you don’t have to be a duck lover to love a turducken meal. The duck in no way overpowers the turkey, so don’t worry.

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Myth Two: It’s too Expensive

When it comes to the difference in price between a turducken and a turkey, yes, the first one is a bit more expensive. However, you have to think about it in terms of how much each will feed a family. The turducken is pure meat, whereas the turkey will have quite a bit of bone, carcass, and fat. So it indeed, evens out in the long run.

Myth Three: It’s Hard to Find One

This myth is a complete falsehood. You can find a good turducken online or at many supermarkets all across America now. This meat is becoming extremely popular and soon you will be able to find it right alongside turkeys everywhere.

Myth Four: It’s Not Healthy for Your Family

Most of these are made with only the finest ingredients, but of course, everything is not good for you nowadays. If you get your slice of turducken and don’t eat the skin, then you are diving into the pure goodness of the meat and should have no problem.

These are just a few myths surrounding turducken that need to be dispelled. You should give it a try, because you never know; it might just win over your entire family this holiday season.

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