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  1. ... winter is not yet well advanced. Brussels sprouts, chicory and endive, etc., may often be obtained late ... in a cellar, and some kinds, like the chicory and 268 Health Through Rational Diet. endive, even ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - The new dietetics : a guide to scientific feeding in health and disease 
    Publication: Battle Creek, Michigan : The Modern Medicine Publishing Co., 1923
    ... 0.127 Crumb 0.120 Prunes 0.120 Chicory 0.103 Salsifies 0.070 Gooseberries 0.070 ... Chayote- Chervil Chick pea 962 THE NEW DIETETICS Chicory Chinese artichoke Chinese cabbage—2 kinds Chives Clary ...
  3. ... chrome yellow and Prussian blue. W. CICHORIUM INTYBUS. Chicory. Succory. A perennial herbaceous plant, indigenous in Europe, ... 50 “ “ “ flaxseed-meal - - - - - 150 “ “ “ dried mallow leaves 40 “ “ “ “ chicory, “ .... 30 A pinch {pincee, Fr.) of chamomile flowers ----- ...
  4. ... its bitter, earthy leaves for cooking. Similar to chicory, the dandelion’s stalk stands tall with its sweet- ... substitute. Similar in taste as coffee made from chicory, dandelion roots contain more antioxidants and nutrients than ...
  5. ... Boston, C. C. Little 4' J. Brown, 1846. Chicory. See, also, Coffee (Adulterations of). Chevallier (A.) Note ... and adulterations. Lancet, Lond., 1851, i, 302-307.—Chicory and its adulterations. Ibid., 526-529.—Chicory and ...
  6. ... granted. Notice that a nuisance exists on premises. Chicory. Chevallier (A.) De la chicor^e dite cafe- ... 0. Also. Reprint.—Clayton (E. G.) On roasted chicory. Analyst, Lond., 1895, xx, 12-15. Chicote (C6sar). ...
  7. ... scarce, including the boiling of the taproots of chicory, soybeans, barley, and grains as a potable dark ... barley or acorns) with molasses, and if available chicory and dried fruits. Troops in the Pacific War ...
  8. ... therefore, by those who desire nocturnal study. 5. Chicory, or Succory, yields a wholesome beverage, but which ... however, that the flavour of coffee mixed with chicory is preferred by some persons to that of ...
  9. ... USEFUL CICHORACEjE. Cicho'rium In'tybus : Wild Succory, Chicory, or Wild Endive.—An indigenous plant, known to ... Lacarterie. The root, when cut, dried, roasted (roasted chicory; radix cichorii torrefacta), and ground (chicory coffee), is ...
  10. ... av.oz. 4 Make into coarse powder. VII. Chicory av.oz. 9 Couch grass av.oz. 2 ...
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