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  1. It would help if you would describe your rib cooking technique. If you are foiling, you can eliminate the foiling step. This will result in a rib that has more bark and it will actually be more juicy too. Foiling will produce a more tender, fall off the bone rib with less bark and less juice.

    Some other things you can try are… not glazing with a sauce during the last hour. Just use a dry rub from the start. You can also smoke them at a slightly higher temperature – just be sure you know when they are done and reduce your cooking time accordingly. Do not use a water pan if you are using one. Do not use a mop or spray during the smoke.

    Bill

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