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Recipes from The Inglenook Cookbook
 by The Sisters of the Brethren Church (1906)



 Take 1 cake of compressed yeast, if this cannot be had, use dry yeast, break up fine and dissolve in a cup of lukewarm water. Take 3 pints of milk and water (half of each) and put into a large pan, add a large tablespoonful of salt and same amount of sugar. Now stir in the dissolved, yeast and add flour till stiff enough to knead. Knead until it will not stick to bread board. Set to rise. As soon as light knead again for about 1/2 hour, then make into loaves and put into pans and let rise. After it is light bake in a moderate oven. This makes a small baking and requires no work in the evening previous to baking.

Sister Minnie Mae Cripe, Delphi, Ind.

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