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PUT A LIVE SNAKE IN A BARREL OF CIDER AND IT WILL KEEP THE
CIDER FROM SPOILING AND KEEPS IT SWEET.

Submitter comment: ORIGINALLY TOLD BY MRS. HAMPTON'S MOTHER WHO I THINK REALLY
BELIEVED THIS.

Where learned: DETROIT ; TOLD IN

Subject headings: Food Drink -- Non-alcoholic fruit beverage
BELIEF -- Animal

Date learned: 10-11-1972

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CIDER SHOULD BE DRAWN OFF OF VINEGAR ONLY IN THE
SIGN OF LEO.

Submitter comment: LEARNED FROM HIS FATHER.

Data entry tech comment: CIDER TURNS TO VINEGAR, SO THIS ITEM SEEMS UNCLEAR.

Where learned: INDIANA ; South Bend

Subject headings: Food Drink -- Non-alcoholic fruit beverage

Date learned: 11-23-1967

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TO KEEP CIDER SWEET, WHEN IT HAS REACHED THE DESIRED LEVEL, ADD A
TUMBLER OF GRATED HORSERADISH TO EACH 24 GALLONS AND STIR A LITTLE
TO MIX.

Submitter comment: THE INFORMANT GOT THIS OUT OF AN OLD BOOK ON HOUSEHOLD TIPS. SHE
THINKS THE BOOK WAS PUBLISHED IN THE 1920'S.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; WARREN

Subject headings: Food Drink -- Non-alcoholic fruit beverage

Date learned: 03-04-1982

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