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Dry rubs

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A jar with a tight-fitting lid is good for mixing and storing. Dry rubs will keep for up to six months in a cool, dark place, so you can double or triple the recipe if you like. Make sure to label and date the containers.

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Rubs should coat foods lightly. Use your fingers to rub the mixture on the meat, using about 1 teaspoon for every 3/4 of a pound. Unlike marinades, which often require soaking overnight, rubs can be applied just before cooking or up to several hours ahead.

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A jar with a tight-fitting lid is good for mixing and storing rubs. Wet rubs, like this lemon-herb rub, should be refrigerated and will keep up to a week. Make sure to label and date the containers.

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Which rub to use depends on the food you're preparing. The heartier the food, the stronger the rub should be. A piquant rub, such as this one made with paprika and other spices, is a good match for rich-tasting salmon.