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1 pint boiling water.
1 pint sweet milk.
1/2 Fleischman's yeast cake dissolved in luke-warm water.
1/2 tablespoon salt.
When the milk and water are lukewarm add the yeast cake and salt. Then
add enough whole wheat flour to make a thin batter. Let stand in a
warm place three or four hours. Then stir in as much wheat flour
(whole wheat) as can be stirred in well with a large spoon, and pour
into well-greased pans. Let rise to double its bulk; then bake from
three-fourths to one hour, according to the size of the loaves. This
quantity makes three loaves.

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