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Unread 01-28-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Normally when I do my briskets, I apply a rub the day before and let sit overnight in the fridge. This time I plan on using a basic SPOG rub. Do I need to apply the night before and allow to sit, or can i do it while my UDS is coming up to temp?
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You can do it either way, I prefer to do it about an hour before I cook.
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You can do it either way, I prefer to do it about an hour before I cook.
Easy enough, I like that. Thanks!
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I also put the rub on about an hour before I put the meat in the cooker.

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I lite the pit while it is coming to temp I unpack the Cryo bag trim & rub, once stable at 300 on it goes.
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Just do it while your uds is coming up to temp, it works for me...

I trim mine up the night before and saran wrap it put it in the fridge tell the next morning, get up early am pull it out the wrap on a tray walk out an start my chimney starter with a full load. Walk back in the house and season my meat with dirty D, after the lump is gray it's about time to q just waiting on 300*. You know the rest
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