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 How to Clean Mold From a Turkey Fryer?

Answer Remove mold from your turkey fryer with white distilled vinegar. Vinegar kills most molds. In addition, vinegar is also safe to use on metal and it is non-flammable. Mold can make people sick if in... Read More »
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Can you reuse turkey fryer oil?

According to the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission of Virginia, turkey oil can be frozen for up to six months and reused for up to six hours of frying. Store the oil in the original contai... Read More »
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How do you clean baked in grease from a commercial fish fryer?

Answer swim around with goggles and when you think you've found a possible leak use blue dye to squirt around possible hole. If the dye gets sucked out you've found your hole.
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How big of a turkey will fit in a 30-quart fryer?

Fill a 30-quart pot two-thirds' full with peanut oil. This will allow you to fit up to a 20-pound turkey. Heat the oil to 350 degrees F. and fry the turkey for about one hour or until it reaches an... Read More »
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Can I cook pork in my turkey fryer?

On One Hand: Yes, You CanA turkey fryer is essentially a deep fryer shaped to fit a large, whole turkey. You can use the vessel to deep fry anything that will fit, including pork. You can also use ... Read More »
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