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Texas BBQ rub

fairchasefairchase Posts: 190
edited September 2012 in EggHead Forum

  I'm ready to order some more rubs.

 The dizzy's i've used ( dizzy dust original , red eye express , swamp venom , cow lick , and raging river ) are all great. I really like the fact thay dizzy is using mainly spices , and not tons of salt, or sugar. These are both cheap and more can added if desired. Having high blood pressure and limiting my salt intake I now no longer like foods real salty.

 However they get really expensive on large cuts like butts and briskets.

I've seen several positive comments on Texas BBQ rubs ; mainly the original and the #2. How much salt is in these rubs ? and how do they stand up to dizzy on butts and briskets ?

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