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(Beverages) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)

Dissolve in one quart of boiling water two cups of granulated sugar, add
three-fourths of a cup of lemon juice, and lastly, one and a half pints
of milk. Drink hot or cold with pounded ice.

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Milk Lemonade

Squeeze the juice of six lemons and two Seville oranges into a pan, and

pour over it a quart of boiling milk. Put into another pan the peel of

two lemons and one Seville orange, with a pound of sugar; add a pint of

boiling water; let it stand a sufficient time to dissolve the sugar;

then mix it with the milk, and strain it through a fine jelly-bag. It

should be made one day and strained off the next.

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