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Página 75 - Fried vegetables of all varieties, cabbage, potatoes (except when boiled or roasted), raw or fried onions, raw celery, radishes, lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes (raw or cooked), beets, egg-plant, and green corn. Bread and cake. — All hot bread and rolls ; buckwheat and all other griddle cakes ; all sweet cakes, particularly those containing dried fruits and those heavily frosted. Desserts. — All nuts, candies, pies, tarts, and pastry of every description; also all salads, jellies, syrups, and preserves.