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Selle De Veau, Bouquetiere De Legumes A Saddle Of Veal Consisting Of The Entire Back Of The Animal. It Is Served With A Bouquet Of Fresh Vegetables. The Best Veal Comes From Animals Aged From Two And A Half Months To Three Months, Fed Exclusively On Milk, With Some Eggs Towards The End; It Must Be White With A Slight Greenish Tinge( Reddish Colouration Shows That The Animal Has Been Given Solid Food.)

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Earliest: 1966 → Latest: 1966

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“Selle de Veau, Bouquetiere de Legumes- A saddle of veal consisting of the entire back of the animal. It is served with a bouquet of fresh vegetables. The best veal comes from animals aged from two and a half months to three months, fed exclusively on milk, with some eggs towards the end; it must be white with a slight greenish tinge( reddish colouration shows that the animal has been given solid food.)”: