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Grain was important to the colonists not only for bread and cakes, but also for a variety of beers, ales, and other fermented drinks that were a significant part of their diets.
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This, in the order of cereal grasses, is, in Britain, the next plant to wheat in point of value,...

This is the favourite food of Italy, where, especially among the Neapolitans, it may be regarded...

This was used by colonial Americans in their diet; unfortunately, at present, we cannot find any...

Rice, in the native rough state, with the husk on, is called _paddy_, both in India and America,...

Manna Kroup, Semora, or Semolina, are three names given to a flour made from ground wheat and ri...

This is a preparation of Italian origin, and is made in the same way as macaroni, only the yolks...

This was used by colonial Americans in their diet; unfortunately, at present, we cannot find any...
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