A newcomer to the YTPC, Road Glide Sully, gives a quick lesson on stoving tobaccos yourself. Not the kind tobacco growers do in their barns but a easy “homebrew” method you can do at home. He uses tin foil as a rupture disk and does the whole thing in his kitchen.
Remember his rule of twos. Two hours at 200 degrees. Let it cool two hours. Seal the jar and wait two weeks.
Nice job Sully.