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    #16
    I too like to mix my own and use salt separately as a dry brine. I also have a pantry full of seasoning from Meat Church and Killer Hogs I’m working through as well. Your price point is a bit steep versus the competition but I do realize you’re just starting this venture so hopefully the price will gravitate down. Interested to see what the other guys “honest” opinion is. Good luck MH.

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    • gilbertpilz
      gilbertpilz commented
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      It was Meathead who taught me the advantages of separating the salting process and the spicing process. I don't understand why these rubs have salt in them or there aren't salt-free versions available.

    • fzxdoc
      fzxdoc commented
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      gilbertpilz , I think Meathead mentioned that it was a cost issue. Personally, I'd rather pay a higher price for a salt-free option.

      Kathryn

    • Meathead
      Meathead commented
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      BBQSpot.com is the manufacturer's site. They cannot undercut retailer prices or nobody would buy. As they get into wider distribution late this year, you will probably see lower prices in stores and websites.

    #17
    Yesterday I ordered 2 each of the 3 new Meathead rubs by clicking on the picture of them on the right side of the screen on the AR site. $94.74 with shipping, no mention of any kind of discount coupon. After ordering off of the AR page, I get an add on my Face Book page from BBQspot.com offering a 20% discount for orders over $30 (coupon code August20). Just wondering why this offer isn't also on the AR site. I've emailed BBQspot.com and asked for the discount, but no response yet.
    Last edited by wrgilb; August 21, 2021, 12:00 PM.

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    • wrgilb
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      Just got an email that they will apply the 20% discount for me. Thank you BBQSPOT.COM

    • Meathead
      Meathead commented
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      I think the discount was an error. Glad the backed it up!

    #18
    Since I like a precise amount of salt and a ton of the other flavors this would be tough for me.

    if I knew the amount of salt by weight per bottle that would help. Nothing frustrates me more than over salting something.

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    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      We find that on thick meats, like chuck roast, it needs a little extra salt first. Then use this as a dry brine. On a pork chop or steak this works by itself. (I know I know, this is hardly precise, but it works).

    #19
    YESSSSSSSS!

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      #20
      Order placed!

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        #21
        Congrats to Meathead for bringing this to market.
        I think I will pick up the chicken, because I've made S&G a couple times and I just don't get it, so I'm sure I'm doing something wrong.

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          #22
          Thanks for that promo code, wrgilb . It more than paid for the shipping for the 3 bottles of rub that are on the way. Yay!

          I like the labeling on the bottle a lot. No skulls and crossbones, no double entendre names, just the facts plain and simple. Plus it has a nice likeness of Meathead .

          Kathryn
          Last edited by fzxdoc; August 25, 2021, 06:48 AM.

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            #23
            Hopefully we can get in Canada or able to ship to Canada soon.

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            • Mr. Bones
              Mr. Bones commented
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              On his fireside chat, Meathead jus got done mentionin that th company producin his rubs are workin on international distribution...

            • smokin fool
              smokin fool commented
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              Agreed, still a PITA can't get Hanks dry rubs up here in the boonies.

            #24
            I'm disappointed to see that "amps them up with the addition of some new ingredients" means that you added MSG in the form of yeast extract. I'll have to stay away from these and use the original recipes if I want to avoid splitting migraines.

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            • Huskee
              Huskee commented
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              While it does contain glutamates, it's not the same as or as much as MSG

            • dnathanson
              dnathanson commented
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              Experience tells me it has the same effect. https://www.truthinlabeling.org/names.html. I'm not trying to start a flame war. This is just how I decide what to eat.

            • Huskee
              Huskee commented
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              Completely understand, I just wanted to note the differences for anyone else reading this.

            #25
            Just got mine a couple of days ago. Going to have to try them on some ribs!

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            • wrgilb
              wrgilb commented
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              Just got mine yesterday 8/27, I'll be giving them a try this weekend.

            #26
            I’m in. It will be interesting to see how they stack up against the home made versions. They will obviously be different.

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              #27
              I must be doing something wrong. I have to register at another site just to see the pricing and I have to buy it by the case?? Is this right? TIA

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              #28
              3 on the way.

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                #29
                Mine arrived yesterday, lookin forward to tryin em out!

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                • Mr. Bones
                  Mr. Bones commented
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                  Oh, I always unscews th top, takes me a dip, mebbe two, but no palm dump!!!

                  I'm Not a Compleat Heathen, LOL Brother

                  Happy Sunday, Craig!

                • FireMan
                  FireMan commented
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                  Ya just mighta started sumthin there Bonesy, a palm dump. Gotta try one. 🕶

                • Craigar
                  Craigar commented
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                  Mr. Bones Mine arrived yesterday and I was a complete heathen. Palm dumped all 3. After that we went to Costco and bought 2 bottles of whiskey we have never tried before and took a couple of shots in the parking lot.

                #30
                Anyone have a review? I'm curious about it, but having a hard time pulling the trigger on $40+ for a few seasonings. Thanks.

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                • ecowper
                  ecowper commented
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                  CaptainMike per MH, they have been "amped up" .... not sure what that means yet, but I'm going to find out :-)

                • CaptainMike
                  CaptainMike commented
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                  I used the Red Meat Rub (Cow Crust) on a tri tip last evening and it was pretty good. There is some value in having it ready-made, but it's also not hard to make up a batch either. I haven't tried the other 2, but I'm sure they will be equally as good and I think it was a good purchase.

                • Matt Bykowski
                  Matt Bykowski commented
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                  CaptainMike, good to know. Thanks for the comments.

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