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“Eating highly seasoned food is unhealthful, because it stimulates too much, provokes the appetite too much, and often is indigestible.”

Catharine E. Beecher
'Miss Beecher’s Domestic Receipt-Book' (1846)
 

 

Vegetables when not sufficiently cooked are know to be so exceedingly unwholesome and indigestible, that the custom of serving them 'crisp' should be altogether disregarded when health is considered of more importance than fashion.”

Eliza Acton
‘Modern Cookery for Private Families’ (1845)
 

 

Pork, in every form, is indigestible and should never be eaten by persons of weak digestion, by young children, nor by the old and feeble.”

‘The Picayune’s Creole Cook Book’ (1901)

 

 

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