Ever Had Turkey Sausages?

@marlina (66764)
Canada
April 23, 2016 12:24pm CST
I am not a happy camper right now, as I bought some turkey sausages this morning and cook them a while ago. This stuff is absolutely "tasteless" to us. I so regret to have bought them. I am not one to throw away food, but I am afraid that they will go "out". I should have known better. Never again!
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@Hate2Iron (7299)
• Canada
23 Apr 16
After one gall bladder attack, I never touched another sausage!
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
23 Apr 16
I had my gallstones removed 20 years ago.
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@rina110383 (24224)
23 Apr 16
Haven't tasted one because we don't have turkey sausages here in my country. From your description, I would definitely not try it. I don't like tasteless food.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
23 Apr 16
To us here, they were "tasteless".
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@gudheart (12775)
25 Apr 16
I have had turkey bacon and they are disgusting. Not tried sausages yet though.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
The turkey sausages were not "my cup of tea" that's for sure.
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@gudheart (12775)
25 Apr 16
@marlina I am not keen on turkey as it is, but the bacon was sickening.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
@gudheart I don't mind eating a real turkey, but not the "pretend" other stuff they make,
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@TheHorse (56899)
• Pleasant Hill, California
23 Apr 16
I think I've had them and was similarly disappointed. I suppose I could survive for an afternoon on one if I slathered (is that the right word?) on the mustard and relish.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
23 Apr 16
I tried the mustard trick and it didn't help.
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@Ronrybs (6938)
• London, England
27 Apr 16
Never tried them, but I did chicken hotdogs and prefer them to ordinary hotdogs
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
27 Apr 16
I don't think that I am going to try the chicken hotdogs.
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@Ronrybs (6938)
• London, England
27 Apr 16
@marlina Thinking on it further, they don't have a deep taste, but they'll do
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
27 Apr 16
@Ronrybs Maybe they don't put enough spices in them.
@AnneEJ (5082)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
25 Apr 16
No I have never tried turkey sausages. I did buy some ground turkey meat a few months ago, but did not like it.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
I will never buy turkey sausages ever again. Won't buy ground turkey meat either.
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@AnneEJ (5082)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
25 Apr 16
@marlina I didn't like the smell of it when I was cooking, maybe it is because I am so used to ground beef.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
26 Apr 16
@AnneEJ I found the sausages difficult to cook.
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@Lucky15 (33730)
• Philippines
26 Apr 16
Aww i can feel that frustration from the food
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
26 Apr 16
The frustration was there for sure.
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@lilnana1111 (2449)
• United States
26 Apr 16
I've never tried them, but now I'm sure I won't.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
26 Apr 16
It is my personal dislike, maybe you would like them.
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@PainsOnSlate (19812)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
I haven't tried them and probably won't now... We have had some fake hamburgers in the past that were actually delicious so I guess you never know until you try..
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
That's the reason I tried the sausages to find out if we would like them.
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@Rollo1 (16668)
• Boston, Massachusetts
25 Apr 16
I checked out the turkey sausage, but they have a lot of sodium in them. By the time they add all the salt and other things, they aren't any healthier than real sausage.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
25 Apr 16
All I know is that I will never buy them again, ever.
@xstitcher (10548)
• Petaluma, California
24 Apr 16
It all depends on what you're used to. I don't think that we have ever gotten turkey sausages. Once though my mother bought a maple flavored version of the brand she usually buys by mistake, and those were gross.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
24 Apr 16
It was my first time ever for turkey sausages and will be the last.
@acelawrites (10866)
• Philippines
24 Apr 16
You can use it for cooking other dishes, or cut or mash it and you can add some ingredients to turn it into a burger patty.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
24 Apr 16
Thanks for the suggestions.
@norcal (3260)
• Nevada City, California
24 Apr 16
I have had them, and I did not think it was so bad. Perhaps it was the brand you got. One thing about trying stuff like that though, you can't expect it to taste like regular sausage.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
24 Apr 16
I think that the company forgot to spice them up. They were so bland.
@LeaPea2417 (17027)
• Toccoa, Georgia
24 Apr 16
I have tried them before and I didn't think they were that bad.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
24 Apr 16
Personally, I will never buy them again.
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@BettyB (4262)
• Summerville, South Carolina
23 Apr 16
I think it depends on the brand. We've had turkey sausage and it was delicious.
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@marlina (66764)
• Canada
23 Apr 16
How did you cook the sausages?
@Corbin5 (89328)
• United States
23 Apr 16
Well, you could cut them up in small pieces and cook them with spaghetti and add tomato sauce. I am a vegetarian so have not had turkey sausages before.
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@marguicha (84075)
• Chile
23 Apr 16
Some years ago, it was discovered that one of my grandsons had higher than normal cholesterol level. My daughter freecked and bought those sausages for a barbecue. The boys would not eat them and placed them in my plate. I could not eat them either so it was the end of the sausages.
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@1creekgirl (9573)
• United States
23 Apr 16
Those pre-made turkey sausages are usually pretty awful. But making your own is easy and delicious. I use ground turkey, add in some sausage spice (it's mostly salt, sage and black pepper), and a little olive oil. I make them into small, flat patties and fry them in olive oil. Don't over-fry them or they will be tough. I think you'll be surprised how much better they taste.
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• United States
23 Apr 16
Cook it and put in with a tomato sauce that should give it some flavor.
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@miniam (9271)
• Bern, Switzerland
23 Apr 16
Let`s hope you just bought a small portion.This is what i do when trying something new, l buy very little of it so incase i do not like it, the loss is not too much.
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