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Unread 02-14-2013, 01:59 PM   #1
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besides re using spice containers with the label removed..what are you folks using to hold your rubs and apply.
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besides re using spice containers with the label removed..what are you folks using to hold your rubs and apply.
personally, I use old spice containers with the label removed. That's just me though...
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I use the big spice containers from Sam's, with blue painters tape to indicate what's in the bottle now.
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its seems that what folks are using, I've got some older spices I need to dump so I can use those.
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Try these...like most things, the more you buy, the cheaper.
http://trueharvest.com/herb-spice-co...stic-3298.html
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Any airtight container to store and Cambro shakers to dispense
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I tried using Old Spice containers, but, it made the rub smell odd and Big Brother Smoke kept popping up topless in my backyard acting all sexy and sh**. It was really disturbing.

So, I now use any number of different things, like those powdered sugar containers, containers from commercial rubs I have bought and recycled, even plastic bags, as I often just use my hands to sprinkle on the rub.
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I use the shakers that Oakridge BBQ. They are around $6 and have served me well.

http://www.oakridgebbq.com/p/products.html

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When I was starting out I bought a couple parmesan cheese shakers (glass with metal tops), but now I just re-use large spice jars.
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I tried using Old Spice containers, but, it made the rub smell odd and Big Brother Smoke kept popping up topless in my backyard acting all sexy and sh**. It was really disturbing.

So, I now use any number of different things, like those powdered sugar containers, containers from commercial rubs I have bought and recycled, even plastic bags, as I often just use my hands to sprinkle on the rub.
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I often use empty jars from other commercial rubs but I also have and use these:

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/10-o...s/407DRPC.html

I believe I got it at RD for a few bucks. The lid with the small holes is worthless but I use the others.
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to store, I just put them in a shoebox...when it is time to apply I grab a handful and throw it at the meat.
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Pizza shakers.
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I like a canning jar with 2 lids, one with holes to dispense the rub and one to seal the jar when not in use. I saw it some were and use them all the time.
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Old spice containers.... thats funny
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