The dry-brined turkey was really good! (Full discussion here

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I'll definitely do it again next year. Absolutely worth the extra time. I can't say for sure it was the dry-brining that made it so much better than my previous turkeys (because it was a natural turkey from a local farm there's a chance some of it was simply that it was a really good turkey), but I'm sure it made a difference at least.