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Making an oil lamp from an orange rind and olive oil

 
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Haven't tried it yet, but it would be amazing if this worked: http://www.portugalsmallholding.org/how-to/make-an-oil-lamp-with-an-orange/
 
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Sometimes if you cut a tangerine in half, you still have pitch in them middle after you eat the juicy parts.

If you pour melted wax in the half, the pith is the wick already.
 
Paper jam tastes about as you would expect. Try some on this tiny ad:
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