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Have some strong vinegar in a jar with a little salt, and as you gather the nasturtions, put them in, and keep the jar tied close.
Flag root, nasturtions, and radish tops, are also nice to fill them with.
If you like them stuffed, chop white cabbage fine, season it highly with cloves, cinnamon, mace, and fill the peppers with it -- add nasturtions if you like -- sew them up carefully, and put them in cold spiced vinegar.
When you have done collecting the nasturtions, turn off the brine, and pour on scalding hot vinegar.
We found some nice peaches, and brought home a pretty bouquet of white roses and nasturtions.
I thought, if he did get rid of them nasty horses, and that there Mr. Gardner, with his great nasturtions on his face, it would be a blessed day.
"There, there, there! how pretty the light falls through those nasturtions!