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Simple Keep Vegetables Through The Winter Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Keep Vegetables Through The Winter.

Succulent vegetables are preserve the Keep Vegetables Through The Winterd best in a cool, shady place, that is damp. Turnips, Irish potatoes, and similar vegetables, should be protected from the air and frost by being buried up in sand, and in very severe cold weather covered over with a linen cloth. It is said that the dust of charcoal, sprinkled over potatoes, will keep them from sprouting. I have also heard it said, that Carolina potatoes may be kept a number of months, if treated in the following manner: Take those that are large, and perfectly free from decay—pack them in boxes of dry sand, and set the boxes in a place exposed to the influence of smoke, and inaccessible to frost.


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