Put the apples in a porcelain kettle and boil until entirely soft. Flavor with the seeds beaten in a mortar. Put the seeds in while the apples are cooking. When done, strain them through a cloth or sieve.
Allow a pound of loaf sugar to each pint of juice. Boil until it jellies.
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