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The New Cookery : A Book of Recipes, Most of which are in Use at the Battle ... - Page 259
by Lenna Frances Cooper - 1913 - 298 pages
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Farmer's bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture). [no ..., Issues 150-220

1902
...and place in a pan of boiling :r beside the boiler, fill up with boiling sirup, and seal. Put the na board and do not let cold air blow upon them. If screw rs are used tighten them when the glass has cooled and contracted. PRESERVING FRUIT. the case of most...
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Annual Report, Volume 19

Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station - Natural history - 1907
...boiling water at the side of the boiler. When the steam passes off take out the fruit, one jar at a time. Fill up with boiling syrup and seal. Put the jars on a board and out of a current of air. There is on the market a very convenient arrangement for canning by steam....
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Annual Report, Volume 2

New York (State) Dept. of Agriculture - 1907
...boiling water at the side of the boiler. When the steam passes off take out the fruit, one jar at a time. Fill up with boiling syrup and seal. Put the jars on a board and out of a current of air. There is on the market a very convenient arrangement for canning by steam....
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Workshop Receipts, for Manufacturers and Scientific Amateurs, Volume 3

Industrial arts - 1909
...better, cotton rope, between and around the jars to prevent them from striking one another when the water begins to boil. Draw the boiler back and take off...tighten them when the glass has cooled and contracted. Canning and Preserving on a Large Scale. —Factory canning as practised in the United States is done...
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