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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.
 
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