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If you don't like dressing but wish to hold the bird together to keep its shape use steamed rice. Use whole bread slices just push it in. The French discovered this cooking technique that gave us modern stuffing. If you want to cook the turkey faster split it in two and lay it down on a tray and cook it. This method is less dramatic when you bring the turkey to be presented to guests but it is still food and cuts the time in half

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