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The English bread-book : for domestic use, adapted to families of every grade: containing the plainest and most minute instructions to the learner; practical receipts for many varieties of bread; with notices of the present system of adulteration, and its consequences; and of the improved baking processes and institutions established abroad
- Acton, Eliza, 1799-1859.
A treatise on the art of making good and wholesome bread of wheat, oats, rye, barley, and other farinaceous grain : exhibiting the alimentary properties and chemical constitution of different kinds of bread corn, and of the various substitutes used for bread, in different parts of the world
- Accum, Friedrich Christian, 1769-1838.
An essay on bread; wherein the bakers and millers are vindicated from the aspersions contained in two pamphlets; one intitled Poisons detected: and the other [by James Manning M.D.], The Nature of bread honestly and dishonestly made. Proving the impossibility of mixing lime, chalk, whiting and burnt bones in bread without immediate discovery : with plain and easy experiments to discover alum and other admixtures in bread, instantly. To which is added, an appendix, explaining the vile practices committed in adulterating wines, cider, porter, punch, vinegar, and pickles. With easy methods to detect such abuses
- Jackson, H.