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    Rub and Sauce containers

    I would like to buy some rub shakers, and sauce containers. what are you guys using for this? and where are you purchasing?

    #2
    I just use the glass mason jars for my rubs. I found a shaker that has larger than normal holes to apply the rubs.

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      #3
      hadn't thought about mason jars. Will check that out. i wonder if i can find shaker lids for mason jars.

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        I poke my own

      • jrobertson50
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        yeah thats the rumor on the internet anyways

      #4
      I buy a lot of my stuff/accessories from Amazon which helps to support AR. They have some really neat shaker jars HERE

      http://tinyurl.com/amazingribs

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        #5
        You can get empty spice jars with shaker tops at most kitchenware stores (like bed bath and beyond) or search out a local restaurant supply store to save a lot over retail. I just save my empty spice containers and reuse them.

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          #6
          I use these kind of disposable containers for rub and mason jars for sauce. I still apply the rub with a table spoon but I'm a bit OCD on the amount I use. Not that thats a bad thing
          Last edited by Jon Solberg; July 22, 2014, 04:37 PM.

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          • jrobertson50
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            thats what i have been doing. but i really want a shaker. so i can make a bunch at once.

          #7
          I find that empty parmesan cheese containers work well for the rubs. They already have the oversize holes and are generally big enough for my needs. As for sauce I bought some cheap ketchup and mustard squeeze bottles from the dollar store.

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            #8
            I too use a parmesan cheese container, and I have 2 large spice containers that have the larger sifter holes. Work excellent for me.

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              #9
              My wife works for the local school system so I get all sorts of spice containers for my rubs, chili powders, and other stuff. For my sauces (especially my Controlled Burn hot sauce) I use this company.

              I use the Avery laser labels (ink won't run like the inkjet ones) 9 to a page. Got them on Amazon for around $12 for 90, will last a long time

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              • Huskee
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                You print them at home? Regular iink adheres better to these labels, is that what you mean?

              • FLBuckeye
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                No, I don't have a laser printer. Emailed the Avery template for my labels to my local U.P.S. store and they printed the labels at a nominal cost on the labels I gave them. The ink on the labels I printed at home with my inkjet printer ran once the bottle went into the fridge.

              #10
              The link to the 5 oz. bottles...

              http://www.sks-bottle.com/340c/fin18ab.html

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                #11
                I save spice containers from HEB (my local grocer) and re-purpose them as rub shakers. There is a local spice vendors with big containers here in Texas and these are the best when using to rub up a big load of meat. I have 4 or 5 ready to go when needed
                Last edited by bocefuss; July 22, 2014, 07:16 PM.

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                  #12
                  Awesome. i will have to look through everyone's links. Thanks for sharing.

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                    #13
                    When I'm in my local spice shop, I just add a few containers to the spices I'm buying. They have several sizes and the prices aren't horrible.

                    You can probably get them from online spice stores as well. I got a bunch through Spice Barn at one point last year.

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                    • Marauderer
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                      Are you happy with the products you get from "Spice Barn". If you get spices are you pleased with the freshness and quality?

                    #14
                    I just recycle the large spice containers, they all have a shaker top, though they differ depending on the spice.

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                      #15
                      wow thanks for the info about spice barn. they have exactly what i need and cheap.

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