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Pedro  •  Link

Sorry John, did not notice you had posted the link above.

Bill  •  Link

To preserve Mulberries dry. The mulberries must not be too ripe, but rather a reddish green, and tart: having prepared the same quantity of blown sugar as of fruit, put in the mulberries and let them boil; the sugar should be first clarified with the juice of mulberries instead of water: when they have boiled take the pan from the fire, scum it, and set it in a stove till next day; then take them out, drain them from the syrup, and put them up in boxes for use.
---The Ladies Assistant. 1787.

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