This rub has all the familiar barbecue notes of smoke, salt, sweet, and spice. We recommend using on grilled meats, fish, and vegetables.
For renal diets, Chef Kevin uses this spice mix instead of a tomato-based BBQ sauce, allowing our clients to enjoy traditional BBQ flavor without the added potassium from tomatoes.
Among other benefits, cooking with spice is a great way reduce sodium in your diet and decrease your risk of heart disease. Additionally, cayenne pepper has been shown to reduce appetite and increase fat burning.