Why should you not cook stuffing in the turkey?

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The USDA advises that whole turkeys be cooked to an internal temperature of 165°F to kill any potentially harmful bacteria. That temperature includes any potential stuffing deep in the turkey's cavity. At temperatures below 165°F you risk exposure to salmonella or E. coli, two very scary and gross bacteria.Nov 22, 2019
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