Another point that should be made here is that, although I used paper cartridges in this test, you can of course get the much same results loading with loose powder;
Powder, lube cookie, bullet
You won't end up with the bits of paper in the chambers either, though as I pointed out there doesn't seem to be a downside to that so far.
A variation would be;
Powder, thin card, lube cookie, bullet (keeps lube from contacting powder)
Or, because the lube sort of sticks to the base of the bullet and is carried along, sometimes with fizzling granules of powder, another load would be;
Powder, cookie, card, bullet.
And if you want to be really OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) about it;
Powder, card, cookie, card, bullet (the “Oreo cookie”, with “cream filling”)
These are variations of loads I've seen mentioned with regard to using black powder in metal cartridges.
A very generous lube groove might accomplish much the same results, without the cookie. This is alluded to in the description of the commercially offered "Big Lube" bullets.
My inspiration for this goes back several years, to John Fuhring's articles on "Clean Loading" and on "Managing black powder fouling by proper loading technique";http://www.geojohn.org/BlackPowder/bps3.html
To give credit where credit is due then, I believe Fuhring would deserve the thanks.
You will note that much of what I said here is variation and reiteration of what Fuhring said years ago. Though he was not apparently aware of GF1 (Gatofeo #1 lube) at the time, he did come up with some similar concoctions. You'll also note that he discounts the lube groove idea for the most part, preferring under-the-bullet lube for what he termed "fouling mitigation" (a term I've used here more than once before).
This thread also goes hand in hand with my thread "Cartridge Box (speaking of field carry)" in the Accoutrements section, as it is part of being able to carry a relatively large number of pre-made cartridges on the person, with nothing but a cartridge belt box, the pistol and a capper, and successfully fire all rounds without hassle or encumbrances; http://1858remington.com/discuss/index.php?topic=8337.0