The utility of currants, red, black, or white, has long been established in domestic economy
Version: 1.0The utility of currants, red, black, or white, has long been established in domestic economy. The juice of the red species, if boiled with an equal weight of loaf sugar, forms an
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agreeable substance called _currant jelly_, much employed in sauces, and very valuable in the cure of sore throats and colds.
The French mix it with sugar and water, and thus form an agreeable beverage. The juice of currants is a valuable remedy in obstructions of the bowels; and, in febrile complaints, it is
useful on account of its readily quenching thirst, and for its cooling effect on the stomach. White and flesh-coloured currants have, with the exception of the fullness of flavour, inevery respect, the same qualities as the red species.