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Geeze!  After trying to figure out how to write the word correctly.

Does anybody here use Worcestershire Powder ?  Any thoughts ?  I figure it would be good in a Rub.

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Never knew it came in powdered form. Sounds like it would be great in a rub. Umami bomb.

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This is pretty cool.  I used to make a lot of sauces that called for Worcestershire sauce, the powder would make an excellent substitute.  Just found it on a couple of spice websites and Amazon.  Never really looked at a local store.

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That is interesting - I too was not aware that it existed.  Here's a Spice Lab photo borrowed from Amazon. 

The reviews tout it as a great candidate for a rub component and/or other uses.  I now have some on order!

  

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Knowing how the sauce is manufactured makes it hard to understand how a powder can replace the tasty delight. Aging in wooden barrels for months and a prescribed method is used in the process. I do believe fish is a major additive anyhow, it is manufactured in merry ol' England and also in New Jersey as a result of demand. A little history of Lea and Perrins with the original stopper and cork surround

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Tyrus, I am betting you are right that it cannot replace the real deal liquid.  As a parallel, I am reminded of instant coffee.  

But as a dry rub, maybe this powder has some merit??  Hoping someone out there has tried it as such and can give us some feedback. 

 

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53 minutes ago, Alphonse said:

Tyrus, I am betting you are right that it cannot replace the real deal liquid.  As a parallel, I am reminded of instant coffee.  

But as a dry rub, maybe this powder has some merit??  Hoping someone out there has tried it as such and can give us some feedback. 

 

Gotta say I was curious also. I ordered it with the Umani {hope that's right} and will look for a use once it arrives. Those two together may have possibilities or a look into a mix of blending.  Do like a challenge, simple, and inexpensive....sorta like a lottery ticket, will it pay out. Eggary does that to you, drops a line and watches who bites. Eggary hooks me every time

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I've bought it a few times from World Spice.. It is tasty BUT the problem is that it is VERY sensitive to humidity and wants to go back to its liquid form.  Always gets ruined here in Bali. It ends up with the consistency of honey in a cold fridge.

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