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Reverse sear question
Just a quick one.
Season before initial cook, and then nothing before sear? Or..reseason before sear? I am using a CI griddle, so should i use any oil?
Ninety feet between bases is perhaps as close as man has ever come to perfection." -- Red Smith
If steak, I coat the meat with a little EVOO then season. I don't season again after the initial cook.
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I season with a little salt before the sear because the rub I use has none in it.
Extra Large, Large, and Mini. Tucker, GA
I always just season first and not again when I reverse sear. Also, I never use oil but then again, my sear is on the grate and not in CI.
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Season with salt only before sear. Salt is a rock, it doesn't burn. After sear you can apply whatever spice you like.
Marietta, East Cobb, GA
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