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I have fdund that using -the
ground rice in the banana souffle
makes a most substantial dinner
course, and proves very strength
ening. Ordinarily I would not
use oats in hot weather, but I de
cided I needed therta for endur
I have been constantly surprisr
'ed at the. sincere interest people
continually show m the food
question." They seem eager to
" Tcnow the truth about foods, as
suring me they would gladly live
-without meat,, if they dnly knew
what to eat in place of it
I am more and more convinced
that a plot of ground and your
own cottage is the most satisfac
tory way to live. In fact, it
would be almtfst necessary to s. uc
- cessfully carry out the strict veg-
etarian regimen, because vegeta--bles
must be fresh to be of value.
For the first few days the mus-
cles between the knee and the
thigh were painfully sore. Then
that entirely disappeared, and the
same condition occurred with the
calf muscles. That gradually dis
appeared and the tendons in the
knees felt uncomfortable, but as
all these muscles gained their
strength, I feltgradually the abil
ity, to use them with much mote
Next I felt the muscles of the
back, especially at the waist fine,
t which, "became very sore. In ad
dition to the regular massage'
ytiih oil and witch hazel, I had the
-back rubbed with chloroform lini
ment, and now that soreness as
take a deep breath, s holding it
with the waist muscles for a few
seconds, then gradually letting it
ail out, and I actually "feel as if I
had been sitting down, for 10
minutes so rested.
I hardly consider my case a
typical one. The average wom
an could not .take" this walk on the
same diet, for the reason that her
body and her mind were not train
ed for it
First of all the mint must 'be! t
right. You must know that these
foods are the right ones, then ydu
will have faith m their ability, i
Next- the body must "be more or '
less .trained to these foods or if
would not perform its functions
regularly. And, last but not least,
a person must have tremendous
-will power to carry him over the "
first two days of hardship,
One Day's Food for Mrs.
Three apples ..... :,.. ,. 5c"
Wheat , lc"'
Prunes, figs, raisins. . . ,. lQc "
Bananas.., ......,. 5c
Grains, oats and rice.
Pineapples ..-. 20c
Orange juice. , . ... 20c '
,Howmany men eat fhubarb
pie because of a sense of duty?
Swat not and the flies are with
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