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For the Whirly Birders - Turbo Trusser 20% Off Thru 11/29

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    For the Whirly Birders - Turbo Trusser 20% Off Thru 11/29

    https://turbotrusser.com/collections/all

    Discount will show in cart. I just got one of each of the Turkey and Chicken Turbo Tussers for myself last week before the discount was announced. I haven't tried them yet, but these look pretty slick. I'm planning on trying out the Turkey Trusser in just a couple days

    #2
    I too kicked myself checking my email this morning and also plan on testing mine out on Thursday.

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    • glitchy
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      I started to the same, then quickly realized it’s one of the smaller BBQ purchases I made this year so missing out on saving a few extra buck wasn’t a big deal.

    #3
    One word for this, "Spatchcock"
    Happy BBQ to you and Spatchcocking too.

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    • Attjack
      Attjack commented
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      I spin 80-90% of the time. Rotisserie is mighty tasty.

    • glitchy
      glitchy commented
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      I usually spatchcock or even halve birds, but options are nice too for variety.

    #4
    That's neat, but I never truss a bird.

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      #5
      I will be interested in your thoughts. I haven’t really thought about trussing a bird for ages as I am usually spatchcocking or this year splitting into parts to roast and sous vide separately.

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        #6
        String has the advantage of being disposable.

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          #7
          They look cool. Another weapon for the arsenal.

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            #8
            Cool and made in the USA. I'll get some. Thanks for sharing!

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              #9
              I didn’t report back on this like I should have. My turkey lost a hand somewhere in combat, so I had to improvise and string in an artificial hand, then when I had to recenter my bird at show time, I either didn’t get a set screw tight or tightened down on a corner of the spit rod. If it weren’t for the turbo trusser, Turkey day probably would have been an epic fail actually. With a full bird, I think these would be great.

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                #10
                Trussing a bird for spinning's not that hard. I'll stick to string and not add more clutter to the drawer.

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