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" The sugar gives no disagreeable taste. This process is particularly valuable in making what is called Kippered Salmon ; and the fish preserved in this manner are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are salted or smoked. If desired, as much... "
The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams - Página 121
por Samuel Adams (servant.) - 1826
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Annual Register

1824
...particular!*' valuable in making what is called kippered salmon : and the fish preserved in this manner are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...open the fish and to apply the sugar to the muscular part, placing it in an horizontal position for two or three days, that this substance may penetrate....
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1823
...fish preserved in this manner are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are salted and smoked. If desired, as much salt may be used as to give the taste required; but this substance does not conduce to their preservation. In the preparation, it is merely...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volumen7

1822
...valuable, in imakjng wiiaf-riercallfed Kippered SatoapDj-, aniL/tbx? fieb iwreservedi M thi8;m^qa^^|^^ar superior in quality and flavour to those which are salted or smoked. If desbedV;:flSf jqouch salt niayj,b0fja^v|s!*<?igi?i5 the jtfBtetlwtiiMy bejre^uitefl i. :J>utAfei»^*^ei<ilfl«ft.)Bot...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volumen7

1822
...particularly valuable in making what is called Kippered Salmon ; and the fish preserved in this manner are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...open the fish, and to apply the sugar to the muscular part, placing it in a horizontal position for two or three days, that this substance may penetrate....
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volumen7

1822
...particularly valuable in making what is called Kippered Salmon ; and the fish preserved in this manner are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...taste that may be required ; but this substance does nut conduce to their preservation. »..!«,.. .. .<-... ,?, »o dlwmg In the preparation 't is barely...
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The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volumen4

1822
...valuable in making what is called kippered salmon : and the fish, preserved in this manner, are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...or smoked. If desired, as much salt may be used as will give the taste that may be required ; but this 'does not conduce to their preservation. The mode...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being a Record of ..., Volumen4

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1822
...valuable in making what is called kippered salmon : and the fish, preserved in this manner, are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...or smoked. If desired, as much salt may be used as will give the taste that may be required ; but this does not conduce to their preservation. The mode...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent ..., Volumen4

William Newton - 1822
...valuable in making what is called kippered salmon: and the fish, preserved in this manner, are far superior in quality and flavour to those which are...or smoked. If desired, as much salt may be used as will give the taste that may be required; but this does not conduce to their preservation. The mode...
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The Hermes; a literary, moral and scientific journal

...far superior in quality and flavor to those which arc salted or nnokcd. If desired, as much satt'may be used as to give the taste that may be required...substance does not conduce to their preservation. In tho preservation, it is barely necessary to open the R»B, and to apply Hie sugar in the muscular part,...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volumen4

1822
...lisli may be kept in that state some days, so as to be as good when boiled, as if but just caught. In the preparation, it is barely necessary to open the fish, and to apply the sugar to the muscular part, placing it in a horizontal position for two or three days, that this substance may penetrate....
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