As mentioned earlier. I wouldn't go freezer to microwave. The day before (if they're in the freezer) move them to the fridge. That way they can thaw out, but not cook any. Then I still try to let mine sit out for 15-20minutes before I put the rub on (most time during trimming ect)
Also, in my short life of cooking ribs. I have quickly learned ... SPRAY WITH APPLE JUICE. My first rack came out dry, so I bought a spray bottle and filled it with apple juice. I tend to spray around every hour ... per Myron Mixon on BBQ Pitmaster's he sprays nearly every 15 minutes. Since Ive started spraying I haven't had a problem with juiciness
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