Cooking Turkey at a High Altitude

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"Absolutely the cooking time changes - I live at 9300 feet and I must cook my ... read full review"
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There is no need to adjust cooking times and temperatures for cooking poultry in high altitude.

Cooking Turkey at a High Altitude Reviews

cooking turkey at a high altitude

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just_ette
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"Absolutely the cooking time changes - I live at 9300 feet and I must cook my turkey at least an hour and half longer in a 375 oven to a temp of 181 deg F on the leg instead of the new 165, otherwise you get raw meaT.... and for baking extra egg use JUMBO only and a SLOWER OVEN FOR LONGER TIME. It takes patience and lots of failures to get it figured out."
PYandre
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"I live at 6,200 feet above sea level and I find that I have to add about an hour to my turkey cooking time when roasting at 325 degrees F. Definitely use a thermometer. I once lived at 7,200 feet and had to had even more time."
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