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Depending on how much tobacco you want to re-hydrate, get a terra-cotta pot and break it into pieces and soak a piece (or several pieces) in distilled water. Put the soaked chunk(s) in a plastic zip-lock type bag with your tobacco. Leave it overnight and check the tobacco for moistness.
Be sure to use distilled water and a new pot to start. It might be a good idea to boil the terra-cotta in water for ten minutes or so in order to kill bacteria. Using tap water can introduce bacteria and chemicals (chlorine) into your tobacco. You do not want that.
The terra-cotta will prevent soaking your tobacco with too much water and causing mold.
Posted on Feb 01, 2016
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