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    Correct Links for Ordering Our New Rubs

    The page with info on ordering rubs launched with the wrong links, links for bulk ordering at wholesale. My apologies. Here are the correct links. BTW, These are bottles about the size of a beer can with about 10 ounces in them. Should last a long while!

    https://amazingribs.com/flavor
    Last edited by Meathead; October 9, 2021, 03:49 PM.

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    Ingredients look great. Question, I've seen this on other rubs as well, I wonder why use 1/4 tsp as the serving size when I think in most applications something like a tsp to a tbsp would be more representative of an usual amount. For cases where there is an actual non 0 amount then is easy to know what the aggregate amount is, but for cases where for example the calories or sugar is 0 is not as helpful.
    Last edited by JJD; September 16, 2021, 03:42 PM.

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    • Meathead
      Meathead commented
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      That seems to be the universal standard for all rubs and is dictated by the manufacturer. We had nothing to do with it. As you may have noticed, serving sizes on just about anything from breakfast cereal to cheetos bear no resemblance to actual serving sizes. Write to FDA and complain (as many consumer groups have done).

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      Meathead commented
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      So I did some digging and found this interesting article discussing the differences between "portion size" and "serving size." https://www.mana.md/the-difference-b...-portion-size/

    #3
    Just ordered the Pork and Red Meat. Doing some SLC and Angus Chuck Shorties next week!

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      #4
      Just ordered all 3. Looking forward to using them.

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        I've got all 3 and have used them with excellent results. Vortex wings with MH Poultry rub mixed with Oakridge Secret Weapon, Berkshire St. Louis ribs with MH Pork rub mixed with Oakridge Dominator and Mississippi Pot Roast with MH Red Meat rub mixed with Oakridge Spogos. Great flavors!

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