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Unread 06-25-2012, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default rub ingrediant - searching

I want a vinegar flavour twang/profile in my rub, anyone managed to achieve this with a dry rub ?

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http://www.starwest-botanicals.com/p...ar-powder.html
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Buffalo Wild Wings sells a Salt and Vinegar dry rub. They sell bottles at their locations. Might be a good start to see the ingreidents.
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Look for powdered vinegar
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Yup. What they said. Powdered vinegar.
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one technique that I've seen but not tried, is to dip the fully cooked ribs in a water/vinegar mixture, then add more rub. I think this is used in Memphis quite a bit.
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Tamarind powder has a sour taste to it.
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