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Unread 05-16-2013, 07:56 AM   #16
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Learned that lesson a long time ago. Just make sure you go a little lighter on your rub
Yea I did the "classic" salt ONLY rub fat cap down, no wrap and smoked with hickoryl, apple and oak chips. They turned out pretty tasty.
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So is a butterball turkey (enhance) That was a good deal!
Thank you :)

Yes I think they are hence the name ..."self-basting" turkey.
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If you notice their lights on the meat are tinted pink so that adds color to their meat. However this wouldn't even be relevant to this post because those ribs are prepackaged by smithfield not walmart. I don't like walmarts packaged meat such as ground beef because it seems very watery and tough. But I will get ribs or chicken that isn't packaged there if it is on sale.
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I'm not an enhanced meat guy, but I'd have done the same thing
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SNOBS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nice score. You may notice a modicum of difference, but it will be slight. This difference in starting product can not make a bad cook good or a good cook bad.
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If you notice their lights on the meat are tinted pink so that adds color to their meat. However this wouldn't even be relevant to this post because those ribs are prepackaged by smithfield not walmart. I don't like walmarts packaged meat such as ground beef because it seems very watery and tough. But I will get ribs or chicken that isn't packaged there if it is on sale.
Actually one of the Smithfields baby backs stated that it was all natural with no enhanced brine but everything else was
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Great haul!
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