Are Diestel turkeys worth it?

Are Diestel turkeys worth it?

One of the best turkeys we have ever made for Thanksgiving, and would purchase again if offered. Amazing amount of meat on a bird of this size, generally not as fatty as expected, and flavor was very nice, not just a bland tasteless one.

How long is Diestel Turkey Good For?

We work hard to make sure our turkeys arrive to you as fresh as possible, but we’d urge you not to eat it after three days. If you don’t plan to eat it within three days, we recommend that you freeze it to ensure it’s safe, wholesome, and delicious.

Are Diestel turkeys pasture raised?

The turkeys are fed a vegetarian diet, it is pasture-raised, and it’s verified non-GMO.

Is Diestel Turkey organic?

Our Certified Organic Turkeys are raised the way nature intended—slowly—with an all-vegetarian feed blend, giving its full, hearty flavor time to develop. It’s the way turkey ought to taste (which is to say not like any turkey you’ve ever tasted).

Why are Diestel turkeys so expensive?

Cost of Diestel Obviously you’re not going to get one of those rock bottom 54 cent a pound sales on these birds (But if that is all you can afford by all means go ahead). The amount of love and care put into these turkeys is naturally going to cost more money. The prices for this quality of turkey is very reasonable.

Are Diestel turkeys air chilled?

*Our birds are deep chilled, never frozen.

How do you reheat a Diestel Turkey?

Take your bird out of the refrigerator an hour before reheating, to allow it to come to room temperature. Remove your turkey from the bag, leaving nylon truss on. Place in the roasting pan and heat at 325° for approximately 2 hours. Begin checking the temperature after 1½ hours.

What is a Diestel heirloom turkey?

Heirloom turkeys are varieties that once were widely raised, but have since gone out of commercial favor. These “retro” birds are sometimes referred to with different names and represent a small, but growing movement in California. “They’re very pretty to look at and a piece of American history,” Diestel said.

How much does a pasture raised turkey cost?

There is a downfall to the pasture-raised turkey: the steep price tag. A commercial Butterball turkey will cost about $30 for a 20-pound bird, but the price hits closer to $120 for the same size bird raised on open fields.

Where are Diestel turkeys raised?

The Diestel Family Ranch in Sonora, California, has been in Heidi Diestel’s family for more than 70 years.

Does Costco carry Diestel Turkey?

Diestel turkeys are from California and usually not found in the Midwest and eastern stores. They sell many types of turkey but the ones I saw at Costco where already cooked….🦃 Additional Turkeys.

Just Cook Citrus Herb Spatchcock Turkey $3.89/lb
Diestel Oven Roasted Cooked Whole Turkey $5.29/lb

How do you cook a precooked Diestel Turkey?

Your turkey breast has been fully cooked at the Diestel Family Turkey Ranch and is ready to heat and serve. Remove from packaging and place in a baking dish with a small amount of water or chicken/turkey stock. Cover tightly with foil and warm in a preheated over at 350° F for approximately 10 minutes per pound.

How do you cook a precooked Diestel turkey?

Where do Raley’s turkeys come from?

We welcome them to our Meat Department from a sustainable, fourth generation family farm in the rolling foothills of Sonora, California. And we’re proud to offer you a better bird you can only find at Raley’s.

How do you reheat a Diestel turkey?