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- ‘I use a turkey baster as it gives me more control than using measuring spoons… Make sure you scrape the mixture from the sides and bottom of the pan.’
- ‘And if you have the time and energy, and a baster - do baste the bird periodically with the juices collecting in the pan.’
- ‘Ensure a moist and succulent roast with this baster, complete with injector needle for infusing flavor right into the meat.’
- ‘You can use a baster or spoon to remove fat as it accumulates.’
- ‘My friend swears by her turkey baster for making some of the most scrumptious roast potatoes I have ever eaten.’
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