To dress a whole Sturgeon in Stoffado cut into Rands and Joles to eat hot or cold

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By Robert May

Published 1660

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Take a sturgeon, draw it, and part it in two halves from the tail to the head, cut it into rands and joles a foot long or more, then wash off the blood and slime, and steep it in wine-vinegar, and white-wine, as