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Using peat moss and/or driftwood are the most common methods of naturally reducing pH in the aquarium. If those didn’t work you can also consider using R/O water as this can help stabilize and keep pH at a constant. Carbonate hardness (KH) of the water determines how stable your pH is. Lower KH will result in lower pH. You can lower the KH with R/O or distilled water. We generally don’t recommend this unless it is absolutely necessary. Because big swings in pH are usually fatal for fish, only very small incremental changes should be attempted. If you take this route be sure to monitor the water parameters carefully, and adjust the pH very slowly over the course of days.

I cannot tell you how excited I am to have found your blog. (I’m also a native Texan living in exile.) I did a Google search for carnitas and, lucky for me, it was one of the first ones to pop up. I can’t wait to try this and your many other recipes (particularly the sopapillas, which bring me back to my childhood like no other food on the planet). I was wondering, though, if there’s any way to make these ahead of time; do you think they might store in the fridge for a day or so? I ask because I only have one large pot and I’m cooking for 15, so I would have to do it in batches…

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