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How do I use my oster 18 quart roaster oven? I want to fix a small turkey.

Nothing. It's new, but came with no book. For instance, do I add water to it before placing my turkey in, or line it with foil and what temperature do I roast my turkey. Any info would be great.

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I would put my turkey in a cheap roaster bag you get three for a $1.99 at Kroger's, Food Lion or your favorite grocery.
You can find a manual online are using the name of the roaster in the model number and it is a user's manual.

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