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" The vessel being thus hermetically sealed, and all access of air prevented, it may be sent into any climate, without fear of putrefaction, and the most delicate food of one country be thus eaten in its original perfection in a distant region, many months,... "
Cyclopædia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs - Страница 706
по Cyclopaedia - 1852
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An Encyclopæaedia of Domestic Economy: Comprising Such Subjects as ..., Том 2

Thomas Webster - 1815 - 1238 страници
...of putrefaction, and the most delicate food of one country be thus eaten in its original perfection in a distant region, many months, or even years, after...preparation. In this manner may all kinds of alimentary substances be preserved : beef, mutton, veal, and poultry ; fish and game ; soups, broths, and vegetables...

Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the ...

Edward Turner - 1832 - 682 страници
...of putrefaction; and the most delicate food of one country be thus eaten in its original perfection, in a distant region, many months or even years after its preparation. For reasons formerly mentioned, animal matters commonly undergo putrefaction more readily than those...

Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the ...

Edward Turner - 1835 - 682 страници
...pressed in by the weight of the atmosphere. In this state the vessel may be sent to tropieal elimates without fear of putrefaetion ; and the most delieate...original perfeetion, in a distant region, many months er even years after its preparation. For reasons formerly mentioned, animal matters eommonly undergo...

Hardships made easy. Domestic hardships, hardships in travel, hardships abroad

Hardships - 1861
...of putrefaction, and the most delicate food of one country be thus eaten in its original perfection in a distant region, many months or even years after its preparation. In this manner all kinds of alimentary substances may be preserved : beef, mutton, veal, and poultry, fish, and game,...

Meat production

John Ewart (land surveyor.) - 1878
...of putrefaction, and the most delicate food of our country be thus eaten in its original perfection in a distant region, many months or even years after its preparation." It should be remarked that meat is perfectly preserved from putrefaction by the process described so...

The Ladies' Companion

1857
...of putrefaction, and the most delicate food of one country be thus eaten in its original perfection in a distant region, many months, or even years after...preparation. In this manner may all kinds of alimentary substances be preserved -beef, mutton, veal, and poultry ; fish and game ; soups, broths, and vegetables...




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