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His digestion was weak and he lived chiefly on Graham bread and hominy--a regimen to which he was so much attached that his tour seemed to him destined to be blighted when, on landing on the Continent, he found that these delicacies did not flourish under the table d'hote system.
There were no fresh French rolls-- only slices of stale graham bread from yesterday, the most detestable of bread so far as I was concerned.
The recipe for Graham Bread is similar to Boston Brown Bread that New Englanders enjoy as an accompaniment to baked beans, said Ward.