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Called also salep, and salop; it was a greasy-looking beverage, sold much on stalls in the early morning.
Salep, sal′ep, n. the dried tubers of Orchis mascula: the food prepared from it.
Red Port wine was now given more freely in his medicated water; and his nourishment consisted of sago and salep.
Then, there are cresses and wood-sorrel to his breakfast, and salep for his hot evening mess.
Salep consists chiefly of bassorin, some soluble gum, and a little starch.
Salep is now almost entirely disused in Great Britain; but we remember many saloop-stalls in our streets.

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