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December 3, 1892

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1892;XIX(23):677. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420230027007

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Abstract

Three Temperance Beverages.  —From an English journal we copy the following suggestions for non-alcoholic drinks:"Stokos is prepared thus: Put from 4 to 6 ounces of fresh oatmeal, ground as fine as flour, into a pan, mix with a little cold water to the substance of cream, then add 5 or 6 oz. of loaf sugar and a fresh lemon cut in thin slices with the pips taken out; add a gallon of boiling water. Stir thoroughly while the water is being poured on. Use hot, warm or cold. The lemon may be omitted or any other flavoring used instead. Costs 3d. a gallon, or five gallons 1s.; four lemons are enough for five gallons."Cokos is a good nourishing drink, made as follows: Put 4 oz. of fresh fine ground oatmeal, 4 oz. of cocoa, into a pan mixed with a little cold water into a thin batter, then

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