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Diet Bread Which Keeps Moist

(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)

Three quarters of a pound of lump sugar, dissolved in a quarter of a

pint of water, half a pound of the best flour, seven eggs, taking away

the whites of two; mix the liquid sugar, when it has boiled, with the

eggs: beat them up together in a basin with a whisk; then add by degrees

the flour, beating all together for about ten minutes; put it into a

quick oven. An hour bakes it.

Tin moulds are the best: the dimensions for this quantity are six inches

in length and four in depth.

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