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her second remarks -hand seem and y easy to her show " observation that her " " experience extended no " has further only than been
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re comp lad of the y suppose Powder that are yeast destitute is introduced of all nutritiv into bread e properties on account . '' Does of bein the g 1 I to be considered
nutritiousor that nutrition is the only thing I in will every be directed elemen , against t of our sal fo t , d ? I f so , pr l obabl certainl y her y bid next us banish attack I I this t at
with our argument crue actual t-stands is " carried starvation from to the with " the if dinner the extreme ir bread table of . , as When threatening the instead staple attemp of ar the ticl yeast poor e of I I I I
their foodbe made baking powder , because ingredient " , the must excessive inevitabl death y use tend of it to so set flimsy up and a condition deceptive smilebut which an is I I Ij
results hardly worthy in inanition of a rep and ly . Surel , " y the may writer provoke must a have imag , ined 1 that it the flour rather than the yeast for which baking I
was powder Her nervous is offered fears as a are substitute again excited . by the apprehension fresh that 1 I
in using this powder we are exposing ourselves to u I
282 Notices Of Books.
282 NOTICES OF BOOKS .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1864, page 282, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061864/page/66/