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The Inglenook Cook Book (1906)

Dissolve 1/3 cake of compound yeast in a little warm water.

Take 1 quart of fresh milk and add to 1 tablespoonful of sugar and the dissolved yeast.

Put the mixture in beer bottles with patent stoppers.

Fill to the neck and let them stand for 12 - hours at a temperature of 68 or 70 degrees, then put the bottles on the ice upside down till wanted.

Sister Nancy Hanawalt, McVeytown, Pa.




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