Tip of the Week 4 – Picking an Organic Turkey

If you can, contact a local farm in your area and order a turkey. Ask if any hormones or antibiotics have been pumped in the bird. Also, ask if it’s range free, which means the turkey is allowed to go outdoors and see the light of day. If you are unable to order a turkey from a local farmer, then go to your local health food store and pick up a hormone free, free range turkey.

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One Response to Tip of the Week 4 – Picking an Organic Turkey

  1. nice. hı. I think it is good blog

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