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Im looking for a unique sweetner to put in me rubs. I want to try new stuff and im thinking of something from another country. What is out there from other countries that is sweet and natural to add to my rubs? Anything unique out there?

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brown sugar is getting boring!

I know SoEzzy once told me of something but that was long ago.

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Re: sweetners
Nothin? nothin at all?

Someone has to have some sort of info for me. What about dehydrated apples or cherries? haha


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RE: sweetners
What have you tried?

There is brown sugar, white sugar, brownulated sugar, (not brown or white, sort of tan), honey powder, maple sugar, honey, agave, syrups, molasses, then there are the synthetics!

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RE: sweetners
(02-16-2011 11:38 PM)SoEzzy Wrote:  What have you tried?

There is brown sugar, white sugar, brownulated sugar, (not brown or white, sort of tan), honey powder, maple sugar, honey, agave, syrups, molasses, then there are the synthetics!


Don't forget turbinado sugar ( Sugar In The Raw) Its natural cane sugar from Hawaii
Nectars work well also...

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Personally, I just swirl my pinkie in the sauce and that gives it all the sweet it needsTongue

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Great, and I just ate some of that sauce you brought over last night! Please don't tell me what you do to make it "spicy"

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sorry for a very very late reply. i am supposed to et emails tellin me when someone posts! bu ti have not recieved any for this thread at all.. odd.

here is what i have tried.

sugar, brown sugar and turbinado.

Im lookin for something unique that is possibly imported. IE, what do they use in asia and india as a sweetner that is dry?

im using this in a rub so it needs to be dry rather than wet like nectors. however, agave is good for sauces and glazes, so i have heard.

haha.

thanks

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(03-01-2011 11:14 PM)LT72884 Wrote:  sorry for a very very late reply. i am supposed to et emails tellin me when someone posts! bu ti have not recieved any for this thread at all.. odd.

here is what i have tried.

sugar, brown sugar and turbinado.

Im lookin for something unique that is possibly imported. IE, what do they use in asia and india as a sweetner that is dry?

im using this in a rub so it needs to be dry rather than wet like nectors. however, agave is good for sauces and glazes, so i have heard.

haha.

thanks


I cant tell ya, sugar cane as I know it is the oldest form of sweetness, but now in modern times, it would be my wife of 25 years, and daughter of 9 :)yrs.

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This is what i have found. I asked myspicesage.com and they sent me a link that didnt work, but i noticed the word stevia in the link so i searched for it and found the following:

http://www.myspicesage.com/?main_page=se...evia&x=&y=

Hey, any one ever use steak seasoning in there rubs?

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Nope; not me!

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(03-02-2011 06:23 PM)LT72884 Wrote:  This is what i have found. I asked myspicesage.com and they sent me a link that didnt work, but i noticed the word stevia in the link so i searched for it and found the following:

http://www.myspicesage.com/?main_page=se...evia&x=&y=

Hey, any one ever use steak seasoning in there rubs?


Yes, you need to try some. Montreal Seasoning, Lowery's is good. Your tastes and opinions are different than ours.. Ok, I'll jump start your efforts, Google Smokin Guns BBQ and order some of there Hot Rub. Do that and let us know.


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RE: sweetners
so montreal is good in a pork butt rub?

ill have to try it out

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RE: sweetners
I have used Stevia in both my rubs and my sauces. The rub was okay, not much sweetness noticed. In my sauce, the heat must of reacted with the Stevia because there was a bitter after-taste as with all of the artificial sweetners (ie. the "pink", "blue" and "yellow" sugars).

I have gone back to regular sugar (white, brown, turdinado, etc.)

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RE: sweetners
I was just at a Macy's grocery store and noticed in their food storage dept. powered honey. That might be interesting sweetner.

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Apply it with a feather... then lick it off...at least that was the instructions on the last honey powder that I bought! Tongue

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