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Unread 12-16-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a clone recipe for the Kosmo's Q sauce? I'm looking to recreate my doctored version of it from scratch. Thanks!
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Unread 12-16-2013, 02:01 PM   #2
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Nope but I did clone a rub called _irt but out of respect for a fellow poster and sponsor here I would never ever give it out. It is fun trying to recreate something you like as long as you keep it to yourself. It's not fair to someone to have them work hard on a great product then you come along and give it up. Not saying you would just in general.
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Fair enough...apologies if I overstepped any lines.
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Clone recipes are fun, and can result in some interesting recipes, that are perhaps not at all what the clone was meant to be.

Read the bottle, you know that what is listed first is the most by volume, just work from there. You never know where you will end up. I started with the idea of making a clone of Blues Hog, and ended up with something that is thinner, far more acidic, less sweet and loaded with apricot and peach flavor. So far from Blues Hog, you would never know it was where I started.
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Clone recipes are fun, and can result in some interesting recipes, that are perhaps not at all what the clone was meant to be.

Read the bottle, you know that what is listed first is the most by volume, just work from there. You never know where you will end up. I started with the idea of making a clone of Blues Hog, and ended up with something that is thinner, far more acidic, less sweet and loaded with apricot and peach flavor. So far from Blues Hog, you would never know it was where I started.
That sounds really good!!!
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Fair enough...apologies if I overstepped any lines.
No, I didn't mean it that way at all. Maybe if you justed asked if someone would pm you a recipe. I only posted because ppl put there whole lives into there recipes that they sell to make a living and if it was out for all to see and recreate where would they be? I can see already you understand. Ps you did nothing wrong we all would love some of these great recipes.
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i have to respectfully disagree... if cloning recipes were bad things, then there would be only one way to make meatloaf and chicken soup... unless someone is going to make a 100% original dish thats never been attempted, the recipe starts out as a clone.. starting a rub with salt, Br sugar and cumin, ? Thats not original.. and just because someone is trying to replicate one of their favorite items, does not mean they will be successful, and the chances are they will come up with something far from the original. Ive had some clone recipes that were so far off from the original that i wondered if they were trying to clone something with a similar name and missed.

Im not saying to give away anyones trade secrets if discovered, but this forum is all about sharing information and if folks are experimenting and coming up with new stuff, well, thats what were all about.
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I agree cloning recipes is NOT a bad thing at all. Posting them to me and only me is! This is just how I feel. Some recipes are simple but when it comes to someones living I would draw the line. Like I said I worked hard to replicate one and it came out perfect. I did it to see if I could and I did but I still purchase from the original because it to me isn't fair to the them after they worked so hard to create it. It cost me as it did the one who started it first. But I would never share it out of respect. If you work hard enough and pay attention you can figure out a lot. Plenty of recipes are posted but plenty more are not for many reasons. This is just my opinion. I mean no disrespect at all.
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