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Every November, as people begin to prepare for Thanksgiving dinner, discussions about deep frying the turkey springs up once again. While many argue that deep frying a turkey is the best method of cooking, it is also considerably more dangerous than other methods.
Deep frying a turkey keeps the meat tender and juicy, while roasting has a high risk of leaving you with a dry bird. Deep frying also ensures a crispy skin, and it can fully cook a turkey in as little as 30 minutes, rather than monopolizing your oven for hours at a time.
However, frying poses a higher risk of starting a cooking fire than any other method, according to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), and deep frying your turkey has the potential to cause serious burns and property damage if the chef is not careful.
USFA data shows an average of 2,400 cooking fires occur on residential property every Thanksgiving, causing 5 deaths, 25 injuries, and $19 million in property damage annually on this single day.
If you are interested in trying the deep-frying method for yourself this Thanksgiving, please exercise due caution. For your benefit, we’ve prepared a guide containing some of the most important information to know before setting up a deep fryer on your property this year. Select the image below to open your guide.
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