saleratus

[ sal-uh-rey-tuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF saleratus

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The next morning set them where they will boil, with a tea spoonful of saleratus.

Put a couple of tea-spoonsful of saleratus in a pint of sour milk.

In the morning add a quarter of a teaspoonful of saleratus or soda.

Stir it a little, and then add the sour milk with the saleratus and ginger.

Sprinkle the salt into the flour, and dissolve the saleratus in the water.

Fu Shan was there, and Sadler said Saleratus was monotonous.

It was brought, with saleratus and other condiments; and the cake was made.

I spoke to the sheriff about Saleratus Joe and his mate and the lost car.

Where saleratus is used, it should be thoroughly dissolved and strained.

"It is saleratus," said she, looking at her sister in horror.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SALERATUS

baking soda

nounraising agent
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