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  • I usually stick to Oscar Myers but as a person with an open mind I like try different things out
  • So to say I decided to give Buddig Turkey lunch meat
  • I figured I could use it make my favorite turkey wraps, flat bread melts and even a breakfast burrito for the week
  • Although I would still recommend to a friend


    • by nitakb

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      I am a loving fan of Buddig lunch meat. After trying their honey ham I was curious about their Turkey deli meat. I usually stick to Oscar Myers but as a person with an open mind I like try different things out. Often times I turn into Turkey meat that is too salty, or lacking in the smoke flavor. So to say I decided to give

      Buddig Turkey lunch meat.

      I managed to catch it on sale for fifty cents per pack at Krogers. Since I was only trying it I brought only two. I figured I could use it make my favorite turkey wraps, flat bread melts and even a breakfast burrito for the week.

      The turkey was a little on the salty side for my taste I didn’t expect it but eating a slice straight out the package provided it. It was like it was saturated in salty water. Even after rinsing with cold water it still had a great deal of salt involved. This was good because I could season everything that I combined it with. Felt great not adding any extra salt.

      I also used the turkey meat to season fresh greens and spinach.


      • Buddig Turkey Lunch Meat
      The Turkey meat also tasted good when in my homemade cheddar and mushroom wrap and also on a traditional BLT sandwich. I even tried it a grilled turkey melt which was simply scrumptious.

      One serving, which is a whole package is ninety calories with forty-five being from fat. Thirty milligrams of cholesterol and six hundred milligrams of sodium. Two grams of carbs and one gram

      of sugar with ten grams of protein. I wasn’t in the slightest bit surprised by the sodium content.

      In the end I feel like I can buy this again, but not so much in the near future. I feel like I will stick to Buddig’s Honey Ham and not their turkey. I liked it but not so much to totally switch over.

      Although I would still recommend to a friend.




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