SUBJECTS (1-2 of 2)
Bread industry -- Corrupt practices
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The nature of bread, honestly and dishonestly made and its effects, as prepared at present, on unhealthy and healthy persons : with a sure way of discovering alum, and other mixtures in bread : and an easy method of making it in private families : to which are added some thoughts addressed to the legislature for the relief of the poor
Manning, James
London : [s.n.], 1757
1757
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The tricks of the bakers exposed giving an account of the ingredients used by bakers in the making of the best London loaf, and the still worse practice of the cheap bakers in feeding the public with substances of the most deleterious character in the stuff which they call cheap bread : together with a full account of the mysteries of the bakehouse, in the exchanging of joints, pouring off the fat, or stealing the pudding or potatoes from the poor man's Sunday dinner
Tozer, Titus
London : Printed for the author, [1820] (London : Printed by H. Chance)
1820
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