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Lady Westmorland's Soup

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Described in 'Good Things in England' by Florence White (White 1932) as; "This is nothing more than the water in which young cabbage has been boiled. It is extremely good and delicate and tastes very much like chicken broth. It is not merely an economy but a luxury"

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