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sorry you didn’t like it, but thanks for trying! I much prefer the rind cold the next day – sort off like jerky. As for making it more tender the rind on my prime ribs seem to soften and then mellows with the rub formula I use. That plus from the hour long “hot tubbing” the rind is far more flexible by then. OTOH if you don’t like the taste so be it – it’s your meat and your dining pleasure that you’re going for – not mine!