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Celery Seed Vinegar

A salad vinegar made by infusing crushed celery seeds in vinegar (Mrs.B) See also: Celery Vinegar

Original Receipt in 'The Book of Household Management', 1861, edited by Isabella Beeton (See Mrs.B)

389. INGREDIENTS: ¼ oz. of celery-seed, 1 pint of vinegar.
Mode: Crush the seed by pounding it in a mortar; boil the vinegar, and when cold, pour it to the seed; let it infuse for a fortnight, when strain and bottle off for use. This is frequently used in salads.

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