Rusk

Bread and crackers which are too old for the table, may be used for this. Dry them thoroughly in an oven; when dry, break in a mortar and grind coarsely in a hand or coffee mill. It can be eaten when soaked in milk or warm water, and is relished by almost every one. This is a standard article for the table.

From Health, or, How to Live (1865) by James White

(Please note that this was written in the 19th century/1800’s. Of course, I would recommend vegan milk.)

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