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How to make pulled pork in your oven

Remove pork from wrapper and put in a container you can put in the fridge over nightSeason both sides with all the spices listed and then add the liquid smokeClose lid and put in fridge over night....I did it for 12 hrs!Next day, set your oven to 250 degrees FPut the pork in an oven safe dish, cover with tin foil, and place in the middle rackLet it cook for 14 hrs or until the internal temp is 200 degrees F.
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How to make a healthy tuna salad

You can use any tuna . .. Or any meat that you think is healthy . Remove water from tuna can. Place tuna in bowl . I used 3 to make my tuna salad feeds about 4 people .Your choice to use corn. But I did an I put a Little . 4 tea spoons.I used half a can of green beens! So pour that in your bowl .Use half of a tomato an 3/4 of a lettuce chop to little bites !
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How to make homemade hot chocolate

Grab your mug and add a tablespoon of sugar......a teaspoon of cocoa powder......and about 4 teaspoons of water.Mix mix mix until it looks like this!Add about an inch or 2 of milk and stir again. Fill the mug almost full with milk and stir once more.Place it in the microwave for 40 seconds. Remove and give it a stir.
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How to make a chalkboard from a wood pallet

Find a wood pallet that features straight edges. Wood that& 39;s slightly aged (or at least looks like it) can add a distinctly original style.Select the pieces you want and remove them from the pallet, making sure to also take the nails out.Mark the places on the boards where you& 39;d like to make cuts.
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How to make a paper crane

Get your square piece of paper.Flip it too the uncolored side if you have colored paper.Fold like so. Diagonally. Remember to fold it the way like in the picture.Fold ones again but horizontally and vertically the same way as the other folds.Fold in.And again.Push down and you have a smaller square.Fold the two front flaps to the center fold line.
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