Saturday, 1 June 2019

VEGETARIANISM in CAPE TOWN, 1906


CAPE ARGUS – 1906, 30 August

Already in 1906, the doctrines of VEGETARIANISM were making headway in CAPE TOWN.
Owing to the increased production of vegetables, fruit, milk and eggs the way of the would-be vegetarian or semi-vegetarian was easier than it had been in the past in this country.
According to the CAPE ARGUS, VEGETARIANISM was recognized by Medical Science as having a very direct bearing on health. One great obstacle was the lack of cooking and the skill required to turn out dishes at once nourishing and appetizing.



No comments:

Post a Comment

Eight-wheel Car (ADLER Diplomat)

  THE STAR Johannesburg - 1935, August 16 A Berlin firm has produced an eight-wheel car, said to be virtually shock-proof and comfortable ov...