“Whether meat-eaters are more material in mind, grosser in appetite and more irascible in temperament than vegetarians is another point for scientists to enlighten us upon. It is the general impression among modern thinkers, however, that the bloodless diet results in strong, healthy bodies, great powers of endurance, good resistance against disease, clear heads for brain work, freedom from nervous disorders, and a higher form of spiritualization.”

When my father-in-law passed away in his mid-nineties, my wife ended up with some old books and magazines. This included an issue of American Cookery, December, 1920.  In it is an article on vegetarianism.

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