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    A different liquid to spray on to meat

    I came across this on YouTube. I appreciate the 'layers of flavor' idea, so I think the spray should be different from the rub. But aside from that, what do you think? If using herbs, dry versus fresh?

    https://youtu.be/fKfTskLUKWE

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    Over season Not me, will not pair well the PBR

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      #3
      Wait. He has all that wood on nice racks behind him. Then cooks on a pellet pooper!?!

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        #4
        I use a rub in my spritz but I don't run it through a coffee maker. I suppose I could do the same by just simmering it on the stove. However, I'm not sure that really necessary. I Just add everything to the spritzer and shake.

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        • HawkerXP
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          I think the point he is making is rub chunks clog his fancy sprayer and the coffee filter solves that.

        • Attjack
          Attjack commented
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          I see. I didn't stick around for the whole video. Actually lately, I've just used a mason jar and a brush. Shake, brush, paint.

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