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EcoGeeks Fry Their Turkies

turkey-fryer_270x260You may not know this, but conventional ovens use more energy than just about any other method of cooking. The most efficient way to cook your thanksgiving turkey, as unappetizing as it sounds, is a giant microwave oven. But, since I really would rather not spend my Thanksgiving chewing turkey-flavored bubble gum, I will be eating Deep Fried Turkey.

That's right, one of my good friends has her very own Turkey fryer and webmd pfizer erectile disfunction it will be preparing a crispy and juicy meal for a bunch of folks come Thanksgiving. I don't know the energy savings off hand, but its definitely more efficient tham a conventional oven, if only because oil is a much better conductor of heat than air, and it only takes 45 minutes, not five hours to cook the turkey.
 
But be careful, every Thanksgiving, some poor sap burns down his house, or his boat, or his grandmother, with an over-full turkey frier. And, also, before you can ask, yes, the turkey that is destined for the frier is use viagra local and organic. I met it when it was a baby, and know the young lady who slaughtered it.
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Deep fried?
written by monotonehell, November 16, 2006
Sounds bad for your arteries? We're using one of those mini fan forced glass oven bowl thingers. They're very effcient. Dry roasting and the the best choice buy levitra online australia fat drips into the bottom, screw that certain ex-boxer.
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It's nice that you're pals with the turk
written by B, November 16, 2006
The energy and resources that went into raising the animal is still much more than the waste from a few hours of baking---you just don't observe it. But raising an animal for months or years and then cooking it efficiently is kiloWatt wise and megaWatt foolish.
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True...
written by Hank, November 16, 2006
I eat meat, and I really don't have a good excuse, except that it is wonderful and only now online pharmacies I'm am omnivore. But maximizing the efficiency I can control is, I think, still important. Also, the energy used to cheapest prices for cialis create an animal goes way down when it's local and fed on normal animal food (grass and bugs for turkies) and not corn.

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