3 edition of Directions for taking and curing herrings and for curing cod, ling, tusk and hake found in the catalog.
Directions for taking and curing herrings and for curing cod, ling, tusk and hake
Lauder, Thomas Dick Sir, bart., of Fountainhall.
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The operation of curing the herrings begins as soon as they are landed, and the busy scene which is presented at the large curing stations when this work is going on is well described in the article " Fisheries " in the last edition of the present work:— ABSTRACT showing the Total Quantity of Cod, Ling, Hake, Saithe, and Tusk, cured and. Full text of "Catalogue des pamphlets, journaux et rapports déposés aux Archives publiques du Canada, , suivi d'un index" See other formats.
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The codfish is best when eaten fresh, but vast quantities are sent to market in a dried or cured state: the great seat of the cod-fishery for curing purposes is at Newfoundland.
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