Next morning prepare a pickle as follows: Two gallons of cider vinegar; one quart of brown sugar.
Make a French dressing, using the bacon fat instead of oil, and cider vinegar instead of tarragon.
Stir all into the tomatoes; cover with cider vinegar,—about two quarts,—and boil slowly for two hours.
Put a pound of fine fruit into a bowl and pour over it a quart of the best wine or cider vinegar.
There are two wagon loads of stores of various kinds, among which are several casks of cider vinegar.
The making of cider vinegar is almost all profit for there is very little outlay for materials and very little work is required.
Make some spiced vinegar by boiling for half an hour a quart of cider vinegar with whole spices in it.
Fill the jar with cider vinegar, put on the rubber, and turn the cover tightly.
Lead sub-acetate precipitates mainly the malic acid which is always present in cider vinegar.
Clean them thoroughly, put them in a wide mouthed bottle and cover with cider vinegar, or wine for fourteen days.