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Turkey Italian Sausage

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I tried this for the first time last night; 150 calories per serving, much lower in fat than regular Italian sausage, and tasted great. Even my husband liked it.
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  • I'll have to give them a try. Thanks! - by CJL1952
  • We love these too. Recently I saw turkey breakfast sausages too. The sodium is high though. - by CHARLOTTE1947
  • As with any prepared meat, the sodium is high. They are good and much better for you except the sodium. There are several different flavors and I've seen them as low as 110 calories per piece. We make a stir fry with garlic, onions, peppers, eggplant and squash that's really good with some low fat or fat free cheese. Not perfect, but sure beats pork sausage health-wise.
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  • I found an all natural chicken sausage that I really like. My husband is italian, so of course we HAVE to eat italian sausage. Now I don't have to feel so guilty when I eat it!
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  • I'd like to know about the salt in those, it sounds like something I might use. - by ME-ELIZABETH

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