A Comprehensive Guide-book to Natural, Hygienic & Humane Diet

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T.Y. Crowell & Company, 1902 - Cookbooks - 169 pages

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Page 70 - Salt to taste. Beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth, add the almond flour, and beat well together.
Page 45 - Cover and cook gently for 10-12 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender, adding a little more water, if necessary, to prevent the vegetables sticking to the bottom of the wok.
Page 17 - One of the most important facts to be borne in mind, is...
Page 38 - ONE of the greatest evils to be avoided by those who are nursing the sick is that of over-feeding. When nature is doing her best to meet a crisis, or to rid the body of poisonous germs...
Page 34 - We now know why 400,000 children under ten years of age die every year in the United States, as reported by the Census Director .at Washington. Let us go on and...
Page 80 - Put i-oz. of butter in the omelet pan and, when very hot, pour in the omelet and stir round a few times until it begins to set; when brown at the bottom, place under a grill or in front of a clear fire to brown the top ; sprinkle over some chopped parsley, fold over in half and serve quickly.
Page 127 - Celery is best cooked by stewing it in sufficient water or milk to cover it, after cutting it into pieces about an inch in length. It should be served with white sauce.
Page 86 - Mix 3~ozs. of semolina, and when cooked add this and mix well, and press on to a dish in a shape, leaving a hole in the centre ; leave...
Page 39 - Naturae" and the wise physician will see that this power has a fair chance. He will help the patient to overcome physical malady by encouraging the exercise of hygienic common-sense and hopeful mental influence.
Page 34 - IN all cases of sickness, the lighter the diet is, the better chance will the patient generally have of recovery. The more inflammation and fever which exist, the more fruit and cooling drinks should be given, and the less nitrogenous and starch matter.

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