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Because it wasn't discovered.

Turkey is native to the North American continent, which was not yet discovered. The medieval era was generally restricted to Europe, Middle-East and Asia.

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Medieval Europeans did not eat turkey. Turkey is native to North America, and was unknown to Europeans of the Middle Ages.

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no it was not made until Americans

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