Catalog Record: Unfired foods and hygienic dietetics for prophylactic (preventative) feeding and therapeutic (remedial) feeding ... | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Unfired foods and hygienic dietetics for prophylactic (preventative) feeding and therapeutic (remedial) feeding ... / by George J. Drews.

Main Author: Drews, George J. 1873-
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago : The Author, c1909.
Subjects: Cooking, American.
Natural foods.
Note: "Contains 360 recipes for health drinks, uncooked soups, fruit, flower and vegetable salads, unbaked breads and "Brawnfoods", unfired pies and wedding cake, directions for curing every common disease including botanical description and complete analyses of every natural food, and advice for economical city and cottage gardening."
Spine title : Food.
Cover title : Unfired food and tropho-therapy.
Physical Description: 313, x p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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