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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 14, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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with boiling.water in which they were
boiled. Put tvo rubbers "on jar.
Screw on tops and screw down tight.
Put in dark paper bag and store for
winter.
TOMATOES
Select tomatoes of even size and
not too large to go into the cans
without cutting. The bright red va
riety look prettiest. Scald tomatoes
by dipping into boiling water:. Re
move, peel and put in large preserving
kettle. When bottom of kettle is cov
ered add (for twenty tomatoes) one
even tablespoon, each, of salt and
sugar.
Boil thirty minutes without stirring.
Take up each tomato and carefully
put in can until can is full. Turn over
enough juice to fill can to top. Adjust
rubber and top. Screw as tight as
possible and wrap in daVk paper bag.
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