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Unread 04-14-2013, 05:52 PM   #20
El Ropo
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I have a dedicated burr coffee grinder too. I originally bought it as a backup for my reduction gear conical burr grinder as it was on clearance for $29.00. Didn't like the way it ground the coffee, so it sat for 4 years till I got into BBQ. It works great for grinding spices at the coarsest setting for rub.

Oh, and plus a million for turbinado instead of brown sugar. Or any sugar for that matter. If a rub recipe requires sugar of any type, it's turbinado by default for me.
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