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I was a vegetarian for several years before I finally made the switch back to meats. The thing that gave me the most anxiety? Cooking chicken. The thought of undercooking it and potentially getting sick as a result kept me from fully relishing all the chicken-related dishes of my fantasies—mostly chicken parm—for years until I made a little discovery: meat thermometers.

Turns out, the best meat thermometers make it so that you never have to stress about whether or not something’s undercooked, because they’ll give you accurate temperature readings each and every time. And right now, you can actually get our favorite digital meat thermometer, the ThermoWorks ThemoPop, on sale for its lowest price ever.

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For a limited time, you can get this easy-to-use thermometer on sale for $23.50, which is $10 less than what it usually goes for. The only catch, if you could call it that, is that it’s a sale on open box ThermoPop thermometers. 

What does Open Box mean? It’s likely that this thermometer was either used in sales demos or returned by a customer. It may come in slightly damaged packaging, but it’s still completely like-new and covered by Thermoworks’s full warranty, so you’re getting our top pick for meat thermometers on sale for its lowest price ever. 

And with the ThermoPop, there’s a whole lot to love. Our testers found that not only was it extremely accurate, but the readings themselves were lightning fast (seriously, it took just three seconds). This also comes with a long probe and backlight, so temperatures were remarkably easy to read and the display rotated 360 degrees, which was helpful for using it over a hot grill. 


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