If anyone is considering buying a boneless turkey breast for the holidays or a covered dish dinner or whatever, please make sure you know what you're getting. Stores sell different products that use the words "boneless turkey breast", but are not the same thing.
Ideally, a boneless turkey breast should be the whole breast carved out of a turkey carcass. It may be marinated with different flavors, like lemon pepper or garlic and herbs, but it's still a solid piece of white turkey meat with a grain to it. There are other products that use pieces of turkey meat other than the breast, and these pieces may be pressed together like cold cuts. I'd call this product more of a boneless turkey loaf than a boneless turkey breast.