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Old 04-23-2011, 09:29 AM   #1
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Has Anyone Tried Turkey Brats ?

I bought a package yesterday on impulse?

Just wondering if anyone has tried turkey brats and how do you like them?

Any cooking suggestions?
(i.e. should I boil them before and what is good on them?)

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I am allergic to pork and soy among much other stuff. I use turkey: brats, smoked sausage, kelbasi, italian sausage etc that doesn't also have soy in them. They are all good but taste different than made with pork.

I have to read every label every time I go shopping to protect myself from products I am allergic to. Soy is in a lot of the products on grocer shelves. Soy broth in canned tuna. Soy is in most bullion

I put the brats in water and boil until they are about to split.

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Old 04-23-2011, 11:14 AM   #3
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I'm vegetarian so can't speak to the taste, but my daughter fixes them with potatoes and cabbage for her boiled dinner.
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All the time...GOT BBQ. Try turkey burgers...YUMMY!!!
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:40 PM   #6
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We do turkey brats and burgers all the time. I cook the brats exactly as I do reg. brats. We love them!
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I cook the buzzard brats on the grill.

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Not that I'm A health nut, but turkey brats are higher in fat content than real brats. I'll eat brats!

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