Gourmet Nut Spice Rubs, Set of 5


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Gourmet Nut Spice Rubs, Set of 5
$19.99 (Normally $49.00) 59% off List Price
(1) Gourmet Nut Zesty Lemon Spice Rub, 3 oz.
(1) Gourmet Nut Spice & Herb Spice Rub, 3 oz.
(1) Gourmet Nut Sweet Tooth Dessert Rub, 3 oz.
(1) Gourmet Nut Sweet & Smokey Spice Rub, 3 oz.
(1) Gourmet Nut Cup of Coffee Rub, 3 oz.

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#3

I saw the words nut & rubs. You figure out the rest of where my mind went.


#4

How can anyone pass on a high quality nut rub? In for 3!


#5

Are these safe for people with nut allergies???


#6

Here is the company page that links to these five products. Unfortunately, not a single one provides ingredient lists or nutritional information, even though every single page has a “health info” link. That’s slimy to me.


#7

I looked on their website and on the FAQ page found this:

"8) Are there any allergens for your products?

Our products are processed in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy & milk products."


#8

$32.50 on QVC s/h included. No ingredients listed there either. Good reviews.


#9

no ingredients list, no sale. Any person who likes cooking isn’t going to trust a random preconcocted rub without at least having an idea of what ingredients were used.


#10

I doubt there’s anything slimy about it - just a website that’s not fully functioning. I just wish they told (or showed) who gives the kosher certification.


#11

As usual, the question: was this made in China?


#12

Looking at my bottles now…no where does the word China appear! And the coffee rub takes steak to a whole other lever :slight_smile:


#13

Umm…does that mean you were using your head? (sowwy)


#14

Not to mention those with food allergies. I’d have bought this for my SO otherwise.


#15

From their website:

Gourmet Nut Zesty Lemon Spice Rub
Ingredients: Italian sea salt, garlic, rosemary, black pepper, coriander, lemon oil.

Gourmet Nut Spice & Herb Spice Rub
Ingredients: celery seed, rosemary, Alaea Hawaiian sea salt, Italian sea salt, black pepper, sage, marjoram.

There are no ingredient lists for the others, but these 2 contain pretty much what I’d expecxt them to…nothing out of the ordinary in my book.


#16

Thanks! Does it say where they were made, out of curiosity?


#17

More questions.

Were these made to use now or should they be cellared for awhile? What’s the window for these? Is there a dump phase?

How will they hold up if paired with an InZinerator? Copa del Rey cab? Quaffmor?

So many questions; so little time to the next item. :wink:


#18

The QVC website description says Made in the USA.


#19

Can one of you folks who already has some tell me what the little kosher symbol looks like? Should be on there somewhere - it’s not on the front, so on the back or on the side… is it a little circle with a K in the middle?


#20

Thank you! I couldn’t find it on the site – and I’m glad I passed, because I’m violently allergic to sea salt.