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Lemon Pop

The following recipe was transcribed ver batim from the booklet,

Fleischmann's Recipes

1915

1/2 cake FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST

2 pounds granulated sugar

2 ounces ginger root

8 quarts boiling water

2 ounces cream of tartar

Juice of 7 lemons

Place ginger root (crushed) in pot, add sugar and boiling water, lemon juice and cream of tartar. Let stand until lukewarm, the add yeast dissolved in half cup water; stir well. Cover and let stand eight hours in a warm room; strain through flannel bag and bottle. Set bottles in  a cool place and put on ice as required for use.

This is a most refreshing summer beverage; as a thirst quencher nothing is superior.

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