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So I found this turkey for .99 cents per pound. I used the amazingribs.com recipe. It was "enhanced" so I didn't brine it like I wanted to as most of my readings suggested it would be too salty. Anywho I injected it with some butter to help amp up the flavor. Long story short it turned out visually impressive but I was woefully underwhelmed with the flavor. I detected little to no saltiness in the meat whatsoever. Breasts were a little dryish to me. Thighs were good and moist. Took them to 160 and 170 respectively and let them carry over another 5 degrees before carving.