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BREAD AND WATER.I

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BREAD AND WATER. Three ounces of bread eaten very slowly, with much mastication, is equal to Eye ounces eaten quickly. Biscuits are the mosc concentrated form of bread. The name conies from the Latin bis ccctns, tuicv- cooked. Stale bread can be made as new by being steamed, or damped, and placed in ° a hot oven for a, few minutes. "Bread and water" diet is dietetically un- sound. The water should be taken at least two hours after the bread. The average woman requires a fifth less bread tnan a man, and a child of frcm five to ten half a man's allowance. All bread contains a small proportion (about 1 per cent.) of alx-olutely indigestible matter, c;¡]>:d "celluieóe. An advantage that whit-8 bread has over whole- meal bread is that the bedv absorbs a much greater proportion 01 the former.

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