Sylvester Graham, 1794 - 1851
Born: 5 July 1794, Suffield, Connecticut
Died: 11 September 1851, Northampton, Massachusetts
Sylvester Graham quotes:
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- There are probably few people in civilized life, who were the question put to them directly - would not say, that they consider bread one of the most, if not the most important article of diet which enters into the food of man. And yet there is, in reality, almost a total and universal carelessness about the character of bread. Thousands in civic life will, for years, and perhaps as long as they live, eat the most miserable trash that can be imagined, in the form of bread, and never seem to think that they can possibly have anything better, nor even that it is an evil to eat such stuff as they do. permalink
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