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Toast Water

Water in which very hard burned toast has been soaked. Strained and served cold (Francatelli 1852, etc)

Original Receipt in Francatelli 1852;

No. 214. How to make Toast Water.
Toast a piece of bread thoroughly browned to its centre without being burnt, put it into a jug, pour boiling water upon it, cover over and allow it to stand and steep until it has cooled; it will then be fit to drink.

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