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How long to keep roasted standing rib roast

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What temperature does kerosene burn at?

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Depends on where your at, in Texas it would be one football field.

Mix Kerosene with #2 Heating Oil?

Yes. In fact, in colder climates kerosene is mixed into #2 fuel oil at a 1:1 ratio to prevent gelling in fuel oil tanks that are outside. Kerosene produces less BTUs per gallon, but if you already have it sitting there, it's still a net gain and a savings versus having to dispose of it.