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Keep your rubs away from heat and moisture
Try not to store them near stoves or dishwashers where heat & humidity could be a factor.
Never store your rubs in the refrigerator
It’s best to keep them cool and dry to avoid clumping.
Tip #3 –
Beware of the light
Direct exposure to either sunlight or fluorescent lights could cause your rubs to lose potency and effect your recipes and overall results.
Tip #4 –
Measure out your needed seasoning
Using your rub while cooking near steam and heat will cause clumping, dry out flavors and could lead to molding.
Tip #5 –
While it’s always best to try and buy your rubs based on a reasonable use window, sometimes you can find great deals on larger quantities. If you do need to store a bulk buy, use several smaller containers and defrost only what you need. Defrosting and freezing repeatedly could cause excess moisture to clump and ruin your rub.