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Jun 10, 2024

[Answer] 4. Turkey is eaten for Christmas dinner in many places all over the world. In which country did this practice start?

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...1. Nepal 2. U.S.A. 3. Argentina 4. Egypt Turkeys were brought to Europe around 1650 by Sebastian Cabot after a trip to North America where the turkey was indigenous. Many types of fowl are eaten at Christmas such as goose and ptarmigan. But turkey and all the fixings as eaten in the U.S.A. has spread all over the world and has been incorporated into the Christmas dinners of people of many cultures.




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U.S.A.:


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