Yes. Salmonella is a bacteria that can contaminate many raw foods. Aside from turkey its not unusual to find raw chicken, eggs, unpasteurized dairy products and other meats infected with salmonella. Make sure to properly cook your turkey so that the meat and the juice is no longer pink. To kill the bacteria make sure that the thickest part of the breast or thigh reaches a temperature of 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Wash your hands and any utensils that you used during the cooking process.
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