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This chapter begins with recipes for fifty-seven drinks and liquid foods ("Various Hot Beverages and Concentrates"), and some "Doses and Foods of the Beneficent Immortals" in many forms. It presents a detailed description of "What Is Advantageous for the Four Seasons", a listing of the negative results from over-indulgence in any of the five flavors and general ways to avoid them, sixty-one "Foods that Cure the Various Illnesses", "Food Avoidance when Taking Medicines", properties making certain foods dangerous to eat, "Foodstuffs which Mutually Conflict", foods containing poisons and how to process them, and dangerous "Animal Transformations".

Keywords: animal transformations; hot beverages; liquid foods

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