Did you by any chance mean possum?
- n. trade mark for a coffee substitute invented by C. W. Post and made with chicory and roasted grains
“Mrs. Martin used to empty her postum jar and fill it with Folgers Coffee, I guess thinking that she was fooling whoever was looking, which really wasn't anybody, maybe God, but wouldn't he have known anyway?”
“Coffee or postum with cream or sugar _or_ 10 ozs. skim milk”
“Buttermilk is excellent, and so is postum, but the postum should be taken without sugar and used with hot skimmed milk, not cream.”
“Roast all to a rich coffee brown; grind and make as for postum.”
“And quite as much in the field of artificial words, e. g., kodak, crisco and postum, though here Dr. Louise Pound and her pupils have done a great deal of careful and valuable work.”
“If you don't stop at that, I'll tell the cook to put you on to postum.”
“It's retarded cause Nietzsche's sister, Elisabeth Forster, changed a lot of his writings postum to seem pro-nazi … that's a reason why Nietzsche is given a bad name from those jewish losers.”
“Bu sayede mesela benim bir blog postum üzerinden ilgili sayfaya giderseniz benim notlarımı da sayfada ilgili yerlerde görebileceksiniz.”
“Take toast or sun-dried bread at the end of the meal, with black coffee or postum.”
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