Originally Posted by NCGuy68
With all due respect dad, Birds in my neck of the woods don't have any muscle next to the breastbone. It all white meat.
Any clear photos you would like to share is appreciated.
There are two major types of muscle on a turkey-white meat (muscle), with low levels of myoglobin, and dark meat (muscle), with higher levels. Myoglobin is similar to hemoglobin which stores oxygen in the blood cells. Higher levels of myoglobin are found in muscles which are more heavily used. It is responsible for the darker pigmentation in dark meat.
Found this while looking for a picture for you.
What Are Turkey Breast Tenderloins?