Boiled Water Buffalo Penis

Take a couple of young cocks, boil them almost to a jelly in water, and put them into four gallons of ale; put in also a pound of raisins of the sun stoned; infuse a pound of dates, mace and nutmegs, of each two ounces, in a quart of canary; put them to the ale; strain and squeeze out liquor, and put to it half a pint of new ale yeast. Let it work for a day; you may drink it the next but it is better the third day; you may make it weaker by mingling it with plain ale as you draw it, or you may put it into a firkin of ale. It is good against a consumption and to restore decayed nature.

Grow a Ginger Beer Plant with 2 oz. baker's yeast (buy it at a baker's where bread is baked on the premises). Put the yeast into a jar and add / pint water, 2 level teaspoons of sugar, and 2 level teaspoons of ground ginger.

Feed it each day for the next seven to ten days, add 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1 teaspoon of ground ginger. You will see your "plant" growing day by day.

Strain it Now strain the mixture through a piece of muslin or a very fine household sieve (keep the sediment) and add to the liquid the juice of 2 lemons, 1 lb. granulated sugar and 1 pint warm water. Stir until the sugar has dissolved, then make up to 1 gallon with cold water.

Bottle it. Put the ginger pop into bottles, filling to about three inches from the top, and leave for two hours, taking care not to put them on a stone floor, unless standing on a piece of wood, Then cork lightly. Keep for seven to ten days before drinking.

WARNING: ON NO ACCOUNT USE SCREW STOPPERS. (This is important, to avoid burst bottles).

And start again. The sediment you had left when you strained the mixture is divided into two and put into separate glass jars. And you're back in the brewing business again! But now you have two plants instead of one. If one plant is enough for you, give the other to a friend and give him the recipe. To your sediment add half a pint of cold water and carry on as before from "Feed it . . ."

By Mr. G. W. Reeves, of Cottage-by-the-Willows, 5 Willow Grove, Malton Road, York: Ingredients:

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