This section is from the book "Mrs. Rorer's Diet For The Sick", by Sarah Tyson Rorer. Also available from Amazon: Mrs. Rorer's Diet For The Sick.
Chopped almonds, pecan meats and pine nuts may be sprinkled over lettuce or Romaine, covered with French dressing- and used as dinner salad where meat is not allowable.
Pine nuts may be used as filling for birds or chickens.
Peanuts may be added to cream vegetable soups. Where starch is not allowable, use pine nuts, almonds, Brazilian nuts and black walnuts for nut soups.
Where feeding without meat must be continuous, a creative mind can invent many recipes in which nuts may be used to advantage.
Sprinkled over boiled spinach or kale, or over a dish of stewed cabbage, they give a pleasant flavor, and add the necessary protein.