From the book -
To Natural, Hygienic &
SIDNEY H. BEARD
Editor of -
"The Herald of the Golden Age"
Published May, 1902
Pages 41 - 42 - 43
Chapter title - SUBSTITUTES FOR ANIMAL FOOD
SATISFACTORY substitutes for the ar-
ticles used under the old food regime are
now upon the market, and new specialties are
frequently being invented.
Beef can be replaced by " Nuttose," which
can be carved just like a small joint of meat.
Chicken and Veal find an efficient sub-
stitute in " Protose " - the flavor of which is
so delicate as to commend itself to almost
everyone who tries it.
Suet is replaced by " Vejsu " - a vegetable
suet which is indistinguishable from beef suet
that is sold in packets. Another substitute
is pine kernels, which contain l0 ozs. of oil
to the pound, and which, when rolled and
chopped, resemble suet exactly. A third sub-
stitute is " Nucoline," or " Albene " (flaked in
the nut mill) ; a fourth is tapioca.
Lard is inferior in every respect to Nuco-
line, Albene, and Olive Oil.
Gelatine is substituted by "agar-agar," a
sea-weed which is quite tasteless.
Extract of Beef is replaced by " Carnos "
or by " Odin " - the latest triumph of the phys-
ical laboratory, which consists of a malt extract
of barley that is undistinguishable from con-
centrated extract of beef. Its taste and smell
are identical and yet it is free from the nox-
ious elements contained in beef. " Nut But-
ter," " Nuttolene," " Plasmon," and other valu-
able specialties enable stock to be thickened,
strengthened and flavored. Similar produc-
tions are being constantly invented and placed
on the market.
Meat Stock is substituted by vegetable
stock, produced by stewing haricots, peas, len-
tils, and the like. The latter is far more nutri-
tious, and is free from uric acid and excremen-
In the following pages recipes will be found
for preparing dishes which closely resemble,
in taste and appearance, those to which a car-
nivorous community has been accustomed,
many of them being of such a nature that
persons who have always been fond of flesh-
food find it difllicult to detect whether they are
eating such or not. Even fish cutlets can be
simulated by preparing vegetable substances
closely resembling the real thing.
The full book - http://openlibrary.org/works/OL7838551W/A_comprehensive_guide-book_to_natural_hygienic_humane_diet
1915 ad for Nuttolene & Protose - http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/10632/pg10632.html
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A delicious substitute for meat, guaranteed to be free from all chemical impurities. Thoroughly cooked, highly nutritious, and digestible. Made entirely from choice nuts and wheat.
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"Roasts." Children are delighted with it for breakfast. Very nourishing.
Without doubt the most delicate and tempting substitute for meat pastes.
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Posted by JohnnySensible at 04/13/11 03:54:42Thank you kindlizard.
My great-grandparents would often have used 'excrementitious' when describing their food to friends.
Webster's 1828 American Dictionary
'excrementitious' - [Adjective] Pertaining to excrement; containing excrement; consisting in matter evacuated or proper to be evacuated from the animal body.
......the adverb is excrementitiously - I was hard pushed to think of a sentence which might include it - then I discovered Lawrence S. Pertillar's poem - http://poemhunter.com/poem/excrementitiously-packed/
If McDonalds advertized - Excrementitious Burgers it might even increase their sales!
Graham Chapman & friends having fun with some much shorter words - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZFj72MV0f0