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Introduction: eating bodies in the nineteenth century -- Kitchen insurrections -- "She made the table a snare to them": Sylvester Graham's imperial dietetics -- "Everything 'cept eat us": the mouth as political organ in the antebellum novel -- A wholesome girl: addiction, Grahamite dietetics and Louisa May Alcott's Rose Campbell novels -- "What's de use talking 'bout dem 'mendments?": trade cards and consumer citizenship at the end of the nineteenth century -- Conclusion: racial indigestion.