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❮KINDLE❯ ✾ Classic Preserves Jellies Author Fanny Lemira Gillette – Hdizle.me Classic Preserves Jellies Classic Preserving Recipes Tips and Hints from the 19th Century Manor House Cooks Fruit for preserving should be sound and free from all defects using white sugar and also thKINDLE Classic Preserves Jellies Author Fanny Lemira Gillette Hdizle.me Classic Preserves Jellies Classic Preserving Recipes Tips and Hints from the 19th Century Manor House Cooks Fruit for preserving should be sound and free from all defects using white sugar and also th Classic Preserves Jellies Classic Preserving Recipes Tips and Hints from the th Century Manor House Cooks Fruit for preserving should be sound and free from all defects using white sugar and also that which is dry which produces the nicest syrup; dark sugar can be used by being clarified which is done by dissolving two pounds of sugar in a pint of water; add to it the white of an egg and beat it well Classic Preserves PDF/EPUB or put it into a preserving kettle on the fire and stir with a wooden spoon As soon as it begins to swell and boil up throw in a little cold water; let it boil up again take.

It off and remove the scum; boil it again throw in cold water and remove the scum; repeat until it is clear and pours like oil from the spoon In the old way of preserving we used pound for pound when they were kept in stone jars or crocks; now as most preserves are put up in sealed jars or cans less sugar seems sufficient; three uarters of a pound of sugar is generally all that is reuired for a pound of fruit Fruit should be boiled in a porcelain lined or granite ware dish if possible; but other utensils copper or metal if made bright and clean answer as well Any of the fruits that have been preserved in syrup may be converted into dry preserves by first draining them from the syrup and then drying them in a stove or very moderate oven adding to them a uantity of powdered loaf sugar which will gradually penetrate the fruit while the fluid parts of the syrup gently evaporate They should be dried in the stove o.

classic pdf preserves free jellies mobile Classic Preserves pdf Classic Preserves Jellies eBookIt off and remove the scum; boil it again throw in cold water and remove the scum; repeat until it is clear and pours like oil from the spoon In the old way of preserving we used pound for pound when they were kept in stone jars or crocks; now as most preserves are put up in sealed jars or cans less sugar seems sufficient; three uarters of a pound of sugar is generally all that is reuired for a pound of fruit Fruit should be boiled in a porcelain lined or granite ware dish if possible; but other utensils copper or metal if made bright and clean answer as well Any of the fruits that have been preserved in syrup may be converted into dry preserves by first draining them from the syrup and then drying them in a stove or very moderate oven adding to them a uantity of powdered loaf sugar which will gradually penetrate the fruit while the fluid parts of the syrup gently evaporate They should be dried in the stove o.

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