Grocers' Goods A Family Guide to the Purchase of Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Canned Goods, Cigars, Wines, and All Other Articles Usually Found in American Grocery Stores
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Grocers' Goods A Family Guide to the Purchase of Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Canned Goods, Cigars, Wines, and All Other Articles Usually Found in American Grocery Stores

By Frederick Bartlett Goddard
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Table of Contents
  • Grocers’s
  • Index List of Grocers’ Goods.
  • GROCERS’ GOODS.
    • THE MODERN GROCER.
    • Food Never Before so Low.
    • Food Adulteration.
    • Adulteration Laws.
    • Less Adulteration than Commonly Supposed.
    • Hints to Housekeepers.
    • The Daily Food of a Model Man.
    • Variety in Food.
    • Beef and Bread
    • Milk.
  • THE CEREALS.
    • WHEAT.
    • Wheaten Flour.
    • Points for Purchasers of Flour.
    • Corn or Maize.
    • Rye Flour.
    • Barley.
    • Oatmeal.
    • Buckwheat.
    • Rice.
    • Farinaceous Foods.
    • Bread.
    • Feed for Stock.
    • Bread Raising Materials.
    • Biscuits, Crackers, etc.
  • SUGAR AND THE SWEETS.
    • Sugar Candies.
    • Making Candy, etc.
  • FAMILY BEVERAGES.
    • TEA.
    • Effects of Tea.
    • Black and Green Teas.
    • Analysis of Tea by Dr. Hassall.
    • Tea Made to Order.
    • Gunpowder, Hyson, and Imperial.
    • Varieties of Tea.
    • Japan Teas.
    • Blended Teas.
    • COFFEE.
    • Coffee Better than Alcohol.
    • Coffee Growth and Production.
    • Coffee and Tea Compared.
    • Modes of Making Coffee.
    • Coffee Substitutes and Adulterations.
    • Chicory or Wild Endive.
    • Tests for Adulterations.
    • Cocoa and Chocolate.
  • DAIRY PRODUCTS.
    • Milk, Etc.
    • Butter.
    • Classification of Butter.
    • Artificial Butter.
    • Oleomargarine Laws.
    • Cheese.
    • Cheese as a Staple Food.
    • Analysis of Full and Skim Milk Cheese.
    • Good and Poor Cheese.
    • Facts About Cheese.
    • Classification of Cheese.
    • Imported Cheese.
    • Eggs.
    • Lard.
    • Fresh Meats and Poultry.
    • Smoked and Dried Meats and Fish.
    • Salt or Pickled Fish.
    • Meat Essences and Extracts.
  • CANNED GOODS.
    • Excellence of American Canned Goods.
    • Varieties of Canned Goods.
    • Canned Meats.
    • Canned Soups and Broths.
    • Fish.
    • Canned Vegetables.
    • Canned Fruits.
    • Canned Sundries.
    • Jellies, Preserves, etc.
    • Flavoring Extracts and Essences.
    • Spices and Condiments.
    • Salt.
    • Vinegar.
    • Pickles.
    • Sauces.
  • DOMESTIC FRUITS AND BERRIES.
    • Tropical Fruits.
  • FRESH VEGETABLES.
    • Where Early Vegetables Come From.
    • The Varieties.
    • DRIED FRUITS.
    • Raisins.
    • NUTS.
  • TOBACCO.
    • Chewing Tobacco
    • Smoking Tobacco.
    • Cigars.
    • Why a Cigar Should Burn Well.
    • Quality of Cigars.
  • SOAP.
    • The Most Economical Soap.
    • Effects of Strong Soap on Fabrics.
    • What Soaps Are Made Of.
    • A Wide Range of Choice.
    • STARCH.
    • Blueing (Laundry).
    • Candles.
    • Grocers’ Sundries.
  • WINES AND LIQUORS.
    • WINES.
    • Composition of Wines.
    • Alcohol and Acids in Wine.
    • WINES OF THE WORLD.
      • France.
      • The Wines of Germany.
      • Wines of Hungary, Italy, Spain, etc.
      • American Wines.
      • Champagne.
      • Good and Poor Champagne.
    • France.
    • The Wines of Germany.
    • Wines of Hungary, Italy, Spain, etc.
    • American Wines.
    • Champagne.
    • Good and Poor Champagne.
    • MALT LIQUORS.
    • ALCOHOL IN BEERS.
    • Beer Adulterations.
    • DISTILLED LIQUORS.
    • Alcohol in Liquors.
    • Favorite Brands.
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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