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Unread 09-25-2011, 07:44 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried this before? Is it sweet or savory?
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Unread 09-25-2011, 07:53 PM   #2
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Salty...

40% is salt.
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Savory, salty, definitely not sweet. And it has MSG.
It is pretty good though.
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Salty....
Yep, I bought it to try it and found it too salty for my taste. But, I have read where some like it.
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Mouth Watering....

From the salt...

You can do better
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Thanks guys. My wife and kids really like sweet rubs, so this is a no go.
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Thanks guys. My wife and kids really like sweet rubs, so this is a no go.
We just had the Chris Lilly Mephis Dry rub. It is sweet. Best I ever made. It is now my favorite go to rub.
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Salty...

40% is salt.
Yup still got a big old plastic jar of it. I haven't thrown it out yet, just hate wasting food items. But can't think of anyone that would love a super salty rub.
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Thanks guys. My wife and kids really like sweet rubs, so this is a no go.
Simply Marvelous, The Rub Co and Big Rons make some great sweet rubs.
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head country is a little salty. my go to rub is plowboy yardbird rub, its great
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head country is a little salty. my go to rub is plowboy yardbird rub, its great
In the past Plowboys yardbird was my go to rub, but the last few containers of it I have bought seemed a bit to salty for me. Even in judges comments at a contest I did in Storm Lake Iowa that was a comment I got from a judge on ribs..too salty, and I only used Plowboys Yardbird and no other seasoning or rub.
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Thanks guys. My wife and kids really like sweet rubs, so this is a no go.
Don't forget to check out www.oakridgebbq.com and order up the sample pack for $3.75. All the rubs are sweet with the exception of the Santa Maria rub. Not only are they sweet they are savory and have a the slightest tinge of heat. They will make your mouth dance with happiness!!! The very best discovery I have made since finding the brethren website!
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We just had the Chris Lilly Mephis Dry rub. It is sweet. Best I ever made. It is now my favorite go to rub.
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