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10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing (National Stuffing Day)

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10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing (National Stuffing Day)

10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing (National Stuffing Day)

10 Weirdest Ingredients, People Put in Their Stuffing .

Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, Americans traditionally prepare a filling to put inside of their Thanksgiving turkeys.

In honor of National Stuffing Day, here are 10 of the weirdest ingredients people put in their stuffing.

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1.

Pepperonis & Mozzarella.

2.

Fruit.

3.

Stale Bagels.

4.

Sticky Rice.

5.

Corn Chips.

6.

Plantains .

7.

Oysters.

8.

Popcorn.

9.

Twinkies.

10.

Burgers.

What weird ingredient do you put in your stuffing?


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