One of the tricks of brining is finding a container to brine it. This is pretty simple for smaller items like pork chops or chicken breasts, but when it comes to large foods like whole turkeys it can be a challenge. This is especially a problem since you need a none reactive material like glass or plastic so that the turkey doesn't pick up a metallic flavor. Now when I brine pork chops I put them in a one gallon "zip-top" bag. Of course no self respecting holiday turkey is going to fit into a one gallon bag. Fortunately both Reynolds and Ziploc make much larger bags. In the case of Renyold's it is their Oven Roasting Bag for Turkeys and with Ziploc it is their XL storage bag. Both of these are widely available these days, made of food grade plastic and perfect for brining big foods. So when you need to brine a 15 pound turkey look for one of these products to make the job a little easier.