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June 1, 2010
8:36 am
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May 28, 2010

which is better for bark formation,a dry rub or wet rub ?

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June 1, 2010
2:09 pm
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June 24, 2008

hmm… This is almost a trick question..

There are a lot of variables to getting a good bark, and both dry rub application and wet rub application work equally well, depending on how they are used, and what what they are used on.

Personally I prefer a wet rub application.

For pork I use a web rub application using yellow mustard as the base.

For many other meats I may use an oil (ie: olive oil).


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