Panada, or PAnado, a preparation consisting of bread boiled in water, and sweetened with sugar. It is often given as an article of diet to children, and invalids; but such dish ought never to be made of new or ropy bread ; which cannot fail to be detrimental to the organs of digestion. Nor is it advisable to employ a large proportion of sugar on this occasion; as the mucilage contained in the bread, if combined with saccharine matter, is apt to cloy and oppress the stomach. Hence it will be proper to add a small quantity of salt ; and instead of common bread, we would prefer a panada, consisting of macerated biscuits, without boiling them, and a very moderate addition of salt and honey.