Diet therapy -- Recipes
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Filed under: Diet therapy
Filed under: Diet therapy -- Early works to 1800
Filed under: Cooking for the sick
- An Abstract of the Methods of Curing Diseases of the Eyes, Legs and Breasts; and on the Cure of Cancerous, Scrophulous and other Chronic Diseases, by Mild Internal Remedies; To Which are Added, Observations on the Dangerous Effects of Altering the Accustomed Diet of Patients and the Ill Effects of Salt Water, Hemlock, &c. (London: Printed for F. Newbery, 1774), by William Rowley (page images at NIH)
- Traitez Nouveaux et Curieux du Cafè, du Thé et du Chocolate (in French; Lyon: J. Girin and B. Riviere, 1685), by Philippe Sylvestre Dufour, contrib. by Bartolomeo Marradon
Filed under: Salt-free diet -- United States
- Directions for Cooking by Troops, in Camp and Hospital, Prepared for the Army of Virginia, and Published by Order of the Surgeon General; With Essays on "Taking Food", and "What Food" (Richmond: J. W. Randolph, 1861), contrib. by Florence Nightingale (page images at HathiTrust)
- Food for the Sick and How to Prepare It; With a Chapter on Food for the Baby (Louisville: J. P. Morton and Co., 1900), by Edwin Charles French (page images at Cornell)
- A Handbook of Invalid Cooking: For the Use of Nurses in Training-Schools, Nurses in Private Practice, and Others Who Care for the Sick (New York: The Century Co., 1898), by Mary A. Boland (multiple formats at archive.org)
- A War Cookery Book for the Sick and Wounded (London: T. Werner Laurie, ca. 1914), ed. by Jessie M. Laurie (page images at Wisconsin)
- The Woman Suffrage Cook Book (second edition; Boston: "Country Store", 1890), ed. by Hattie A. Burr (HTML and page images with commentary at MSU)