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Prep. Mix the ingredients together in a bowl.
If your meat has not been pre-salted, shoot for about 1/2 teaspoon of kosher salt per pound of meat and apply it heavier on thick spots. When possible, apply the salt the day before, but even an hour or two is enough to get it moving inward, and the AmazingRibs.com science advisor Prof. Greg Blonder has shown that when the meat heats, the salt moves deeper and faster. Click here to read more about this process, called dry-brining.
Using the rub. Use this rub on burgers, beef ribs, or on brisket like in this video.
Storing the rub. If you are not using it immediately, store the rub in a tightly sealed bottle in a dark place. It will slowly start to decline in quality but should be fine up to a year later. Taste it first.