Wipe tomatoes* dry, pack them into an earthenware pot, and pour on cooled water that has been boiled with salt. (This water must be salted enough so that a fresh egg can float in it, that is, use
*Green, but not red, tomatoes are usually preserved in brine. The modern process is still remarkably similiar to that outlined by
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