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Unread 08-12-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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This device makes it so you don't have to smoke ribs for 6 to 8 hours. Not sure where he gets those times.

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http://ribalizer.com/

I did St. Louis rack in 2.5 hours yesterday. I though that was fast but I just started doing 275 to 300 for ribs. Is that normal for those temps?

Worked out great. No messing with foil.
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Interesting, looks like you could smoke like normal, then instead of foiling you use this to finish them up. For cooking large amounts I can see a benefit(and a lot less mess)
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I'm thinking you could accomplish the same thing with a rib rack and two foil pans. He essentially braised/steamed em which does cook em faster. I'm gonna guess that that process might make for a mushy rib.
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Okay, I saw the vid again. Basically he's selling the rack and you supply the foil pans. I can see how it could work if you smoke em first and them steam em afterward. I can see how the clean up part is easier too. I can see the convenience for the gasser, especially during the week for a quick fix.
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I'm thinking you could accomplish the same thing with a rib rack and two foil pans. He essentially braised/steamed em which does cook em faster. I'm gonna guess that that process might make for a mushy rib.
I was thinking on the same line as you.
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I will have to watch again. I cut through the video and I was watching with volume down and on my phone.
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At least the vids are entertaining



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