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Fellow BBQ'ers,

 

I'm thinking of converting to commercial rubs. As I add up the cost of making mass quantities of rubs, dollar for dollar it just makes more sense. Is there a spice company any of you can recommend. Thanks.

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Now that's a good idea and it's really one I did awhile back. I found a good combination of spices that I liked and ran with it. I have told a bunch of folks here what that combo is and they have used it and one that I know of uses it alot like me. Now I use the combo of Old Bay and brown sugar about 60-40 blend. Old bay being the 60% it has a good amount of sweet with a good kick on the back side.

post #3 of 6

A real good one is Montreal. The steak seasoning for beef & the chicken seasoning for poultry. I wish they made a pork seasoning.

post #4 of 6

There are a lot of great commercial rubs out there - you just have to find the one that is right for your taste. That can only be done thru trial and error 

post #5 of 6

A lot of commercial rubs have a high salt content so keep that in mind if you are salt sensitive.

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Originally Posted by va_connoisseur View Post

Fellow BBQ'ers,

 

I'm thinking of converting to commercial rubs. As I add up the cost of making mass quantities of rubs, dollar for dollar it just makes more sense. Is there a spice company any of you can recommend. Thanks.

 

 

I like Spices Inc, their stuff is always super fresh, and a family owned business with great service.

 

http://www.spicesinc.com/c-90-dry-rubs.aspx
 

 

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