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Recipes from American Cookery
 by Amelia Simmons (1796)


To make a good Bread with grown flour

Take 8 quarts flour, 6 ounces butter, 1 pint of the best yeast (this article must be good) 3 tea spoons pearlash, dissolved in half pint warm milk, add this to the yeast, and after working butter into the flour add the yeast, and work p the whole with milk into stiff bread, more so than of other flour; the oven must be heat with light dry wood, but not hotter than for other bread. This method, particularly attended to, will demonstrate that good bread may be made with grown flour.



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