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Rosa's Sweet Pickle.
Red Cabbage No 1(Pickles.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)
Slice the cabbage very fine crosswise, put it on an earthen dish,
sprinkle a handful of salt over it, cover it with another dish, and let
it stand twenty-four hours. Then put it in a colander to drain, and lay
it in your jar; take white wine vinegar enough to cover it, a little
cloves, mace, and allspice. Put them in whole with one pennyworth of
cochineal, bruised fine; boil it up, and put it over the cabbage, hot,
or cold, which you like best. Cover it close with a cloth till it is
cold, and then tie it over with leather.
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