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Newspaper logs for bright lights (fireplace use) Recipe
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This recipe for Newspaper logs for bright lights (fireplace use), by Little Mama, is from The Parker Family Cookbook Project,
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4 lbs copper sulfate 3 lbs rock salt gallon water newspaper string
Make a solution using the copper sulfate and rock salt in a gallon of water. Roll newspaper firmly but not too tight, tie loosely with string. Soak newspaper in the solution as long as possible, preferably for at least 6 weeks. Then dry them for use.
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