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  • Milk products
  • Products, Dairy
Filed under: Milk -- Analysis Filed under: Breast milk -- Analysis Filed under: Milk -- TestingFiled under: Cheese Filed under: Cheddar cheeseFiled under: Cooking (Cheese)Filed under: Milk Filed under: Cheesemaking Filed under: Lactation -- Nutritional aspects

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Filed under: Silk Filed under: Silk -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.Filed under: Silk -- Juvenile literatureFiled under: Rayon Filed under: Rayon -- Toxicology Filed under: Rayon industry and trade -- Health aspects Filed under: Wool -- Health aspects Filed under: Honey Filed under: Honey -- Storage Filed under: Honey -- United States -- Statistics -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Food of animal origin Filed under: Food of animal origin -- Contamination Filed under: Food of animal origin -- Fat content -- CongressesFiled under: Edible insectsFiled under: Meat Filed under: Meat -- Microbiology Filed under: Beef -- Inspection -- United StatesFiled under: Cooking (Meat) Filed under: Cooking (Game) Filed under: Meat inspection -- United States Filed under: Poultry -- Inspection -- Risk assessment Filed under: Dunmow flitch
  • [Info] History of the Dunmow Flitch of Bacon Custom (with poems by the contributors; London: W. Tegg and Co., 1877), by William Andrews, contrib. by William Harrison Ainsworth, William Berry, John Joseph Briggs, Clara de Chatelain, Jean Baptiste François Ernest Chatelain, Mrs. G. M. Tweddell, and George Markham Tweddell
Filed under: Canned salmon Filed under: Cooking (Salmon) Filed under: Edible snails

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