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  11. 4 tablespoons canola oil or bacon drippings

  12. 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour (Pioneer Best)

  13. 1/2 teaspoon pepper

  14. 1 cup sweet milk or low/no fat milk

  15. 2 cups V-

  16. 8 vegetable juice or 2 cups tomato juice, or substitute one cup tomato or V-

  17. 8 juice with

  18. 1 cup fresh, canned or home canned tomatoes

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  1. "In the South, this is eaten at breakfast or supper." - Submitted by Jim Morris (The Sarge).

  2. Put oil into skillet and heat until sizzling hot. Add flour and stir until golden brown. Add milk slowly, stirring constantly. Add juice and tomatoes if desired and stir. Add pepper. Simmer about 15 to 20 minutes. Add a little water if it gets too thick. Salt to taste.

  3. Good on biscuits, toast, and even cornbread.


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