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" F., the coagulation point of albumen, contains salts, extractives, which are mainly excrementitious, and a little gelatine, as well as some melted fat, although the last is often skimmed off to make the broth more pleasing and palatable. In so far as... "
Golden Rules of Dietetics: General Principles and Empiric Knowledge of Human ... - Page 80
by A. L. Benedict - 1908 - 407 pages
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

Periodicals - 1909
...albumen, contains salts, extractives, which are mainly excrementitious, and a little gelatine, as well as some melted fat, although the last is often skimmed...differences, of the same dietetic value as urine." I have frequently seen patients fairly water-logged with soup, and who were really getting less than...
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

Clinical medicine - 1909
...albumen, contains salts, extractives, which are mainly excrementitious, and a little gelatine, as well as some melted fat, although the last is often skimmed...differences, of the same dietetic value as urine." I have frequently seen patients fairly water-logged with soup, and who were really getting less than...
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The Home Dietitian: Scientific Dietetics Practically Applied

Belle J. Wood Comstock - Diet - 1919 - 221 pages
...skimmed off to make the broth more pleasant and palatable. In so far as protein is concerned, a Egg Tea meat tea made by boiling, cannot be more nourishing...eggs are poached, or in plain words, it contains no protein nourishment at all, and is, barring certain qualitative and quantitative differences, of the...
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The Home Dietitian: Or, Food and Health; Scientific Dietetics Practically ...

Belle Jessie Wood Comstock - Diet - 1922 - 352 pages
...although the last is often skimmed off to make the broth more pleasant and palatable. In so far as protein is concerned, a meat tea made by boiling cannot be...eggs are poached; or in plain words, it contains no protein nourishment at all and is, barring certain qualitative and quantitative differences, of the...
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