What Do You Do with Residual Crumbs?

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saltedplug

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Aug 20, 2013
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I can't remember. But when I saved enough dottle and tried to smoke it, it was foul. This abridged my pipe smoking good sense. Being from the bottom of the bowl with that entire bowl's smoke drawn down through it, it should have been noticeably stronger and more flavorful. But no, it was nasty!
 

LikeDadDid

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2. Start a can of scraps, mixing everything together until I have a full tin
This is funny, because I've noticed that some tobaccos are marketed as being good for blending, and my first thought was "right, like the hobbyist is going to do better than the makers" but then I realized that it's just like the way that I mix breakfast cereals. So count me in for option two. And I'm gonna add some marshmallows from my Lucky Charms stash.
 

sallow

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This never happens to me. It seems like there is always enough/not enough tobacco in the tin to fit in a whole number of bowls.
 
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SpookedPiper

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I usually dump it into the plants, at one point I was and still have a ball jar filled of tobacco that didn't fit and maybe some day I will press it into a plug but these days I am pretty good at judging how much fits in the pipe and the few stands get dumped into the nearby plant.
 

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