EVER-READY YEAST. MRS. W. H. E.
Four good-sized perfect potatoes; pare and grate them quickly. Pour
boiling water over the grated potato until it thickens like starch;
let cool a few moments; then stir in flour to thicken. When milk
warm, put in one or two cakes of dry yeast, previously dissolved in a
cup of water; let stand twenty-four hours. Use one pint of this with
four pints of water for four loaves of bread. Make the sponge either
at bed time, or early in the morning. Will keep in a cool place two
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