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Back - with a question - smoked Turkey

boatbumboatbum Posts: 1,261

Havent been posting much lately - but still read regularly and enjoy.

I am wanting to smoke a boneless Turkey breast - looking for input.

My concern is it drying out.  Is that valid?  Should I brine?

How would you cook it?

Havent bought anything yet, so no idea about the size.   Any general guidelines about minutes/pound?  temp?

Thanks in advance

Cookin in Texas

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