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How do you clean fresh sauce off a book?

>> No.21289296

>>21289285
You let it dry and use old sauce cleaner

>> No.21289353

>>21289285
You don't.
> People come with their old books, pages tattered and stained with soup, inked with comments, and stuck with sticky notes. One, recently returned to me, was signed by all the monks who had used it in their monastery kitchen. The remains of the torn jacket were glued to the cover and the pages were so swollen with spills that the book was nearly twice its normal thickness. Clearly this old copy had had quite a workout, but nothing makes me happier than to see my books so much the worse for wear.
- Deborah Madison, Introduction to the 10th Anniversary Edition of "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone"

>> No.21289435

>>21289353
so how to prevent it from smelling bad?

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