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Unread 04-07-2011, 07:54 AM   #31
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Chris, I want to thank you for the rub recipe! This is beyond cool and really appreciated!
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Unread 04-07-2011, 08:09 AM   #32
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Thank you very much! I have always wanted to try the infamous foil hat rub.

You sir, are a prince among foil hat wearing men!
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^^^Ban bigabyte for sharing trade secrets^^^ Whoops wrong thread! Thanks Chris I can wait to get home and order all of the stuff and start putting it all together.
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Many thanks for sharing. Your experience & experimentation is invaluable.
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I have everything on order and i have to admit, there are ingredients that i have never heard of much less tried in some of my rubs. This should be interesting with my wife. I can hear her now" what in the world is that stuff for ?"



Thanks again for the recipe.
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I've already got this rub mass produced, bottled, labeled and on store shelves. Thank you, sir!!!
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I have everything on order and i have to admit, there are ingredients that i have never heard of much less tried in some of my rubs. This should be interesting with my wife. I can hear her now" what in the world is that stuff for ?"



Thanks again for the recipe.
You use rub, on your wife?
Oh, wait....you said with your wife. Nevermind! LOL

LOL....I'm new here, but judging by this thread, I'm gonna love this place. Thanks!
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You use rub, on your wife?
Oh, wait....you said with your wife. Nevermind! LOL

LOL....I'm new here, but judging by this thread, I'm gonna love this place. Thanks!

Actually at my age, my wife has to rub me
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Wow, someone that uses as much paprika in a rub as I do. Never thought I would see the day.

Gonna have to try this soon. Thanks.
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Wow, someone that uses as much paprika in a rub as I do. Never thought I would see the day.

Gonna have to try this soon. Thanks.
But, do you use red algae in your rub also?
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Gonna have to try this soon. Thanks.
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This is quite possibly the coolest post I've read today!
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dang I have seen the infamous foil hat rub discussed here before. I never thought it would be given to us! Thanks!!!
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I had never heard of Herbamare, so I did a quick google. SOunds like a pretty cool way to get additional flavor.

Looking for an alternative to normal table salt? Herbamare is a flavorful blend of sea salt and 14 organic herbs that goes great in place of regular salt on foods! The herbs are infused into the sea salt, so unlike other seasoning salts this is not a blend of dry herbs - the flavor is inside the sea salt crystals! A little goes a long way, so you'll need to use less than you would for table salt on your foods and it's Gluten Free. Each 4.4 oz. container is $6.49.

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