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borisabrams | Jan 8, 202005:23 PM     9

Hi!

I occasionally buy turkey breast, made in house, at the local Whole Foods. It is in a busy area and the staff seem good and know what they are doing. However, often, when i buy the turkey breast, there is weird lighter textured parts, almost slimy and 'raw' in appearance.

They look like either fat or tendons? I have been told it is not a sign of it being uncooked but i nevertheless still eat around the spots. The turkey seems otherwise cooked - dry almost. However, I always end up stressing when this happens!

I have posted a few photos. Do let me know if this was indeed raw turkey and I shall clear my schedule for the next week! (half-joking here!)

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