1/2 Egg Shell Water
Beat together and add 1/2 cup flour and mix well. Add more flour as needed on mixing board. Roll thin. Let dry enough to cut. Usually this is about 1/2 hour.
Then roll up to cut.
When cooking, add salt to water.
Note: "Gladys, I'm sure you can show her. Have fun and if at first you don't succeed, try, try again."
This was sent right after I got married in 1971. I was trying hard to prepare things as my mother before me and her mother before her. My grandmother immigrated to the USA in 1917, I think. I may be off a year. Many recipes have been handed down over the generations and years. I remember my mother and grandmother placing cup towels across the back of chairs and placing the noodles over them to dry. Wish I had pictures of the process but that was 50 plus years ago.
For health and strength and daily Bread, We give you thanks, O Lord.
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