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One cup corn meal, two cups Graham flour, one cup molasses, half teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of soda, sour milk to make batter like cake. Put all together, knead thoroughly, but not as stiff as for yeast bread. Soak gelatine one hour in cup of cold water, then add sugar, lemon juice, and one pint boiling water ; stir until dissolved, and set away till quite cold; then beat the whites of eggs very stiff and whip the gelatine in them spoonful at a time, whipping slowly and evenly for half an hour or till quite stiff. Bake two or two and a half hours, ac- cording to heat of oven. Mold them while warm into the shape of small j ears, dip them in the beaten yolk of egg.