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“Graham” or “Meota,’ or Cornmeal, may be used to substitute 5 or § of the white flour in the basic recipe.

(3) Left-over cooked cereal may be used by mixing cooked cereal with half of the milk and adding to other mixture and increasing the bak- ing powder by 1 teaspoon.

(4) g} cup molasses may be used instead of sugar.

(5) Sour milk and soda may be used as per rules for Baking Powder Biscuits on pages 30-31.

(6) Two eggs may be used instead of one and the amount of baking powder reduced by 1 teaspoon.