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(from Assistant Commissary General of Subsistence - Lt. Col. C.L. Kilburn - Notes on Preparing Stores for the United States Army and on the Care of the Same, etc, with a few rules for Detecting Adulterations - Printed 1863) Also Known As: Hard Tack Ingredients: extra superfine flour clean...
(from Godey's Ladies Magazine, edited by L.A. Godey, Sarah J. Hale, 1862) Information: Its uses are endless: the young leaves blanched make an agreeable and wholesome early salad; and they may be boiled, like cabbages, with salt meat. The French, too, slice the roots and eat them, as well as...

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