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Salads may be made in infinite variety from plain lettuce, chicory, endive, romaine or water cress served with French dressing, to many combinations of lettuce with cold vegetables, fish, meats or fruits.

All salad greens should be fresh, crisp, dry and cold before serving. Wash leaves carefully and put on ice either in lettuce dryer or in a cloth. Salads should be dressed at the table or just before serving.


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The New Dr. Price Cookbook (1921).

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