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Unread 11-02-2013, 10:01 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Q Junkie View Post
If you know the weight of each ingredient in rub A and rub B you will not have to make 7-1/2 cups. You can have a separate recipe for rub C. If you are willing to share the recipe for both A and B we should be able to give you C
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Going by weight is the right way if your rub is figured in Volumetric measure, doing it this way ensures consistency. I tend to do my rubs in PARTS because a PART can be anythhing a LB, a 1/4 tsp or a shot glass just don't matter doing it in this manner it is easy to consistently mix any amount I want accurately.
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