The Chinese Cook Book: Containing More Than One Hundred Recipes for Everyday Food Prepared in the Wholesome Chinese Way, and Many Recipes of Unique Dishes Peculiar to the Chinese, Including Chinese Pastry, "stove Parties," and Chinese Candies (Google eBook)

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Frederick A. Stokes, 1917 - Cookery, Chinese - 201 pages
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Page 195 - Calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water one degree Centigrade.
Page xix - It has been said that if the Chinese were as great in other ways as in cooking ability they would notably influence other nations.
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Page 158 - Buddha said that if you leave meat alone you will live forever.
Page 197 - It is an important ingredient of albumin, which is found in its most perfect form in the white of an egg.
Page 198 - But a pure vegetable diet has much waste material, such as the cellulose forming the walls of the plant-cells, which is indigestible.

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