Pastes


Pastes -

The term "Paste" is popularly employed in a great diversity of ways. Among the articles so styled are (1) for culinary purposes - glutenous dough mixtures similar to macaroni made in fancy forms, such as letters, animals, stars, etc., generally used in soups; (2) in candy-making - stiff forms, such as Jujube Paste, Fig Paste, etc.; (3) Fish Pastes and Meat Pastes (see POTTED MEATS); (4) Furniture Paste, or Cream, composed of beeswax and turpentine, etc., for cleansing and polishing furniture, and (5) an adhesive mixture generally, or chiefly, of flour and water.


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