Lt 162, 1895

Lt 162, 1895

Kellogg, J. H.


June 13, 1895

Extract only. Previously unpublished.

[Dr. J. H. Kellogg:]

I am sure since I have discarded meat entirely, and have no flesh meats on my table, and no butter, we all do better; but just as long as I consulted the tastes of my guests, then meat disgraced my table. When I decided at the Brighton camp-meeting to say “It shall not be cooked in my house,” the battle was at an end. We have not any kind of loss of appetite. I preserve my two-meal system. 10LtMs, Lt 162, 1895, par. 1