Food and diet in health and disease by Robert Findlater WilliamsFood and diet in health and disease by Robert Findlater Williams

Food and diet in health and disease

byRobert Findlater Williams

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XX. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DIETARIES. RECIPES. The details of diet differ in hospitals for various reasons. As a specimen of the qualitative selection, the following dietary of the Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Va., is given: DIETS.. The official diets are three in number, viz.: general house diet, soft diet, and liquid diet. 'As a substitute for these, there may be furnished, on the order of the attending physician and surgeon, any special or restricted diets. General House Diet. Cereals.--Not limited; the standard cereals being oatmeal, cracked wheat, cornmeal mush, batter bread, rice, barley, hominy grits, and grape-nut. Griddle Cakes, etc.--Limited to batter cakes (cooked on soapstone griddle), baked hominy, cornmeal, and Graham-flour gems. Eggs.--Served frequently and in all ways, except fried and hard-boiled. PurSes and Soups.--Not limited. Meats.--Beef, lamb, mutton, sweetbreads, brains, calf's brain, veal, ham (boiled or baked, served once weekly). A small slice of crisp bacon allowed with peas, eggs, and scalloped apples. Corn beef and smoked tongue once weekly. Game.--Venison, duck, quail, squabs, reedbird, and robins. Fowls.--Turkey and chicken (broiled, stewed, and baked). Water Food.--Fish, all kinds; planked, baked, boiled, and broiled. Roe herring served every breakfast; oysters, stewed, raw, broiled, and scalloped. Vegetables.--All kinds, omitting cucumbers and cabbages only. Salads with Mayonaise.--Tomatoes and celery, chicken, lettuce, snap, asparagus, sweetbread, tomatoes, and lettuce. Cheese.--Cream and Neuchatel. Beverages.--Tea, coffee, cocoa, hot-water tea, nutritious coffee. Breads.--White, whole wheat, spoon bread, muffins, gems, rye, and pulled bread. Crackers.--Mushroom, cream, soda, oatmeal, and saltine crackers. Table and Mi...
Title:Food and diet in health and diseaseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:100 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217836461

ISBN - 13:9780217836463

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