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  • grantgallagher
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    scotsman myself! Macgooner moved over the pond in 2001

  • pjlstrat
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    Cookie sheet with loose plastic wrap over for me.

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  • Macgooner
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    Thanks for the kind welcome, I left them uncovered and they were great, thanks from Scotland.

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  • hoovarmin
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    Welcome from NE Florida! You need never apologize for asking any question here. Every one of us started out not knowing what we were doing at some point, and that's what is fantastic about this place. Even the masters among us are trying new things and need to draw from the collective wisdom and encouragement of The Pit. Really glad you are here, and ask all the questions you want

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  • FireMan
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    If they’re Baby’s or Spares go easy on the salt, as in very. I just let em sit naked.

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  • HawkerXP
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    Welcome to the Pit!
    My rib rub has salt. I put this on first thing the day of the cook. I put back in fridge covered until ready to hang.

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  • RonB
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    Welcome to The Pit. I don't really know if it's necessary, but I wrap in plastic wrap for overnight ribs.

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  • Santamarina
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    I don’t typically cover things when dry brining.

    Also, Welcome from California!

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  • Texas Larry
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    Welcome from south Texas!

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  • JeffJ
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    I leave them uncovered on a cookie sheet in the ‘fridge.

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  • BFlynn
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    I always put my ribs in a foil pan when I dry brine.
    Sometimes I cover with foil. Sometimes I don't. It doesn't seem to make a difference to the ribs


    Welcome to the Pit

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  • Troutman
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    Agree with Grant above, and welcome!!

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  • grantgallagher
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    If i dry brine, which i dont always do with ribs, i leave uncovered on a rack in the fridge overnight. I only wrap if its something that the brine is going longer than 24 hours (def not ribs) and in that case i use plastic wrap.

    edit: also just noticed that this was post number 1...so welcome!!
    Last edited by grantgallagher; July 17, 2020, 11:44 AM.

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  • Macgooner
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    Salt on ribs

    Sorry for the noob question, but when you dry brine your ribs overnight do you cover them/wrap in foil or do you leave them uncovered? thx in advance.

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