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Jagermeister Liqueur Uses

 
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quoteleft Jagermeister Liqueur is a digestive, it contains bitter or carminative herbs that some believe will aid digestion. quoteright

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If you are making patties or tikkis of potatoes, always make sure that the potatoes are boiled well in advance and cooled before you use them.It would be better if they can be refrigerated for a short time.This helps the starch in the potatoes to settle down and the tikkis will not be gooey.

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