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By: Grant, Doris
Publisher: London, Faber & Faber: 1944
Edition: First edition
Seller ID: 9380
Black stain approx 4cm long on spine, pages yellowed. Doris Grant became a convert to the Hay System of eating when it helped improve her crippling arthritis. Encouraged by WIlliam Hay, she began publishing books on the plan for a British audience. This slim volume is one of the most famous of her books. As well as supplying recipes, including one for her famous Grant Loaf, it also cited evidence to support her contention that refined white bread was "murdered food... View more info
By: Wood, T.B.
Publisher: Cambridge, University Press: 1913
Edition: 1st Ed.
Seller ID: 1870
v.good Professor Wood's little book deals with wheat-growing, marketing, the quality of wheat from the miller's point of view, baking, different kinds of bread etc etc. View more info