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Observation of staple foods of farm villages in Nara Prefecture.



Observation of staple foods of farm villages in Nara Prefecture.



J. Nara Med. Assoc 10: 312-315



The staple foods eaten at breakfast, lunch and supper were recorded in 2 villages, for 315 persons at one in the mountains of Kaminogo District and for 276 persons at the other in the plains at Tawaramoto. The foods, alone or in combinations, were rice, boiled or as gruel, barley, macaroni, vermicelli or bread. The findings are tabulated in English. In the first village rice gruel with tea was the commonest item for breakfast and supper; for lunch boiled rice alone or with barley.

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