Best Grilling Spice Sets

Updated March 2019
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Grilling spice sets are a great way to try different seasonings when cooking on the grill. Many of these sets will have 3 to 5 different types of seasonings or dry rubs. Each type will deliver a different flavor. Some sets have only seasonings, which are different spices and salts designed to sprinkle on food as it cooks. Many of these seasonings work well on vegetables or potatoes in addition to meats. Some grilling spice sets use dry rubs. These are powdery spices and herbs applied to the meat before it cooks. Dry rubs are common for use in smokers or when grilling. You may even find some grilling spice sets with both dry rubs and seasonings.

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