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    • That is like boneless buffalo wings. Boneless buffalo are no fun to hunt because they just lay there on the prairie. You just walk up and kick them a couple times and that's it. There is no sport in it. I bet they use hot wax to get the feathers off a buffalo wing.
    • You are some sort of a hot wax freak aren't you Stillbilly? A turkey hunt in my neck of the woods does not involve any cauldrons of boiling water nor a hunk of wax. It may work well. But a flap of turkey skin is not worth packing your candle making equipment over the continental divide. I'll let you wax the turkeys. I'm just blasting them and peeling them like a bull frog.  I will admit the skin sure makes them cook up nice and gives them some fat. That is why I plucked the ones I did. But instead of trying to give a gobbler a Brazilian hot wax I use a plastic baking bag and brine. It makes the meat nice and moist and it is infinitely easier. So wax on bro. Or wax off. Whatever plucks your turkey.
    • Cauldron of boiling water topped witha pot of melted wax seems a good alternative.(see than Louisiana  link). Dip the bird for a min or so then slowly pull out with the wax coating, chill, then crack off the wax(and feathers).
    • Never plucked a one, Bob .  I only hunt fir butterball turkeys. They're genetic  engineereed to be featherless.
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