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    Speaking of rubs...besides spicy mustard, what do you guys do to keep the rub on during the cook? I use either Canola, olive, or peanut oil....whichever's readily available and on-hand. Always works well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsave30 View Post
    Speaking of rubs...besides spicy mustard, what do you guys do to keep the rub on during the cook? I use either Canola, olive, or peanut oil....whichever's readily available and on-hand. Always works well!
    I always go with a little canola oil since most spices are oil soluble
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    I use plain yellow mustard before the rub. I also wrap midway.
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    I use evoo. might as well go with canola because we use evoo much more often.
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    I started using peanut oil because I saw that Johnny Trigg uses it on his ribs. Figured if it worked for him it could work for me. And it does.
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    I usually use apple cider vinegar. Then I add the rub on the ribs, wrap in plastic wrap or foil, and let it sit for as long as possible. On Saturday I added yellow mustard with the vinegar to give that a try and didn't notice much of a flavor difference. I might try it again with a Dijon or spicy brown mustard, otherwise I'll just stick with the vinegar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty Dog View Post
    I usually use apple cider vinegar. Then I add the rub on the ribs, wrap in plastic wrap or foil, and let it sit for as long as possible. On Saturday I added yellow mustard with the vinegar to give that a try and didn't notice much of a flavor difference. I might try it again with a Dijon or spicy brown mustard, otherwise I'll just stick with the vinegar.
    does the rub stay on when you add a mustard mixture on top of it?
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    I spread on mustard, then put on the rub so it sticks better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    does the rub stay on when you add a mustard mixture on top of it?
    It seemed to. It was my first time adding the mustard and I didn't notice a problem, but I also had it wrapped in the fridge for 6 hours before putting on the grill so it had time to set up. I guess you could also make a quick mustard/cider vinegar sauce and use that instead of layering them.
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