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So anyone been able to reverse engineer any of the Dizzy Pig rubs



  • nolaegghead
    nolaegghead Posts: 42,102
    @HeavyG - nice.  When we run low, I'll give that a shot.  I have a big commercial dehydrator with 10 SS shelves.

    I'm of the opinion putting salt with any other single spice limits you in being creative because you can over-salt your food.  I know it's a hardship to lift two, rather than one jars of spice, but we never buy onion salt, garlic salt, celery salt or anything like that. 

    I love lamp..
  • Legume
    Legume Posts: 14,648
    Yep, celery salt is my only one.  I once had garlic bread that someone made using garlic salt - but put it on like it was garlic powder.  Inedible.  Bad enough she didn't grab the fresh garlic.
  • BigWings
    BigWings Posts: 172
    It ain't cumin and garlic salt
    Nothing says "I don't know how to cook" more than having garlic salt in your pantry.  Great for seasoning weight watchers TV dinners, but superseded in usefulness by having salt and garlic (in any of its many forms) separately. 

    Now celery seed, that is an essential.

    New Brunswick, Canada

  • HeavyG
    HeavyG Posts: 10,375
    edited October 2015
    Municipal water systems are required by law to post annual water quality reports. I'm surprised excessive lead levels in the water were not noticed.


    After actually reading the linked article (and not just glancing at the headline) and looking up the Flint annual water quality report it appears the lead problem is primarily due to the water chemistry interacting aggressively with old house plumbing which used lead solder and fittings. Older brass plumbing fixtures also used to contain more lead in the alloy. A not uncommon problem for many water systems with older housing.
    “Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” ― Philip K. Diçk

  • BYS1981
    BYS1981 Posts: 2,533
    I couldn't reverse engineer. . Sorry @Nature Boy note..not my hand lol