Peppercorns, salt, brown sugar, bay leaves, citrus zest are in it.
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
Start it right now. I usually dry brine for three days, but one day will still be worth it. ;o)
Amanda is the Design & Home Editor at Food52
Agree! 3 days is ideal (here's how: https://food52.com/blog...) but even a single day will help.
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