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Oat-Meal Flummery

The following recipe was transcribed ver batim from 

Peterson's Magazine

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

April, 1859

Tale a pint of bruised groats, and put three pints of water to them, early in the morning, and let it stand till noon; then add the same quantity of water as before, stir it well, and let it stand till four o'clock.; then run it through  a sieve; boil it; keep stirring it all the while, and put in a spoonful of water now and then as it boils. When it begins to thicken, drop a little on a plate; when it leaves the plate it is complete. Put it in glasses, and when cold turn it out

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