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This is a disease which is conveyed by means of water and food, especially milk, oysters, and uncooked vegetables.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
People were not as dreadfully hungry on that account as you might think, because, you see, they ate their food uncooked.
The question naturally would arise about the color of this stew, throwing in raw flour, the white, uncooked flour.
It requires a great deal of sugar, whether you put it into the pie uncooked, or you first cook it.
The basis of all good soups is the stock or liquid in which bones, cooked or uncooked meat or vegetables have been boiled.
Many of these people confine themselves to the use of uncooked grains and fruits.
But to this we reply, that such cakes as may be made (and such loaves even) require more mastication than the uncooked grains.
The Orientals of modern days sometimes boil them, but in former times they ate them uncooked, though always ripe.
The list is not by any means complete, for no mention is made of Dr. Haig or of China tea, or the uncooked vegetable cure.
That uncooked foundation cream and fondant cream can be made into all sorts of candies.

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