Dry rubs question.

Discussion in 'Food Safety' started by inkncraig, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. inkncraig

    inkncraig Newbie

    I left my dry bbq rub in its plastic container out in the sun. For a week before I noticed it. You think it's bad now.
     
  2. chef jimmyj

    chef jimmyj Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member

    Bacteria needs Moisture to grow. A Dry Rub can stay for years outdoors and still be safe to eat. On the other hand, high temps, 90°+ can accelerate the loss of flavor in a Rub. One Week? No big deal....All summer and that rub will have lost all it's flavor...JJ
     
  3. inkncraig

    inkncraig Newbie

    Thanks Chef
     

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