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In defense of this young kid, at least he seemed to know a couple of basic tidbits about cooking: measurement breakdowns, acidulating the milk, and how to avoid too much gluten in the batter.
The total quantity of these compounds may be ascertained by acidulating with acetic acid, and titrating with N/10 iodine solution, using starch paste as indicator.
To standardise the iodine solution, weigh up 0.3 gram of white arsenic; dissolve in caustic soda; neutralise; after acidulating, add 2 grams of bicarbonate of soda and 2 c.c. of the starch solution, and dilute to 200 c.c. with cold water.
By slightly acidulating the filtrate with hydrochloric acid, it will be rendered ready for the determination.
To mingle with these the acidulating, corrosive ingredients of political creeds, would be to turn the milk of human kindness into poison.