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Kalua pork is usually seasoned with sea salt and sometimes green onions. Pork butt, 3 lbs Hawaiian (or sea) salt, 3 tbsp Water, 1/2 gal 1.Defrost pork butts 2.Rinse pork with cold water and place in medium roasting pan. 3.Rub Hawaiian (or sea) salt on center and add water. Cover pork with ti leaves and cover roasting pan with aluminum foil. 4.Bake at 350 degrees for 2-3 hours, or until meat is soft.