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This is my first Instructable, so bear with me. This 'ible shows how to turn a few waste products-a tuna can and bacon grease-into a useful mini bacon...
-Tuna Can (empty) -the lid (optional) -Cotton rope -scissors -a pen (or something similar) -bacon grease/fat
So I saved up my bacon grease in an old pasta jar. I put it in the refrigerator so that the grease would solidify into a white-ish solid. In order to ...
Take the cotton string and cut a length that is at least 2x taller than the tuna can. Tie the string to the pen. Caution: Do not use acrylic or syn...
Now that the grease is in a liquid state, remove it from the pot using an oven mitt. Carefully pour the grease into the tuna can. Take your wick/pen...
Now that the wick is set, place it in a cool spot. I chose to put it into the freezer so that it would solidify faster. (sorry for the bad quality pic...
When the grease is solid, light it up and bask in the glorious bacon light! Also, if you have a can opener that opens the side (see picture), you can...
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