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Elder-flower Vinegar No 2

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







Take good vinegar, fill a cask three quarters full, and gather some

elder-flowers, nearly or moderately blown, but in a dry day; pick off

the small flowers and sprigs from the greater stalks, and air them well

in the sun, that they may grow dry, but not so as to break or crumble.

To every four gallons of vinegar put a pound of them, sewing them up in

a fine rag.











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