2 edition of Everyday Foods in War Time found in the catalog.
Everyday Foods in War Time
Swartz Mary Rose
October 12, 2007 by IndyPublish .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
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This book gives the homemaker at the time a lot of good advice about saving money as well as providing good nutrition for her family. It's fascinating to read about meat being 10 cents a pound and dry fruits being cheaper than fresh!Pages: Her works include: Nutrition Investigations on the Carbohydrates of Lichens, Algae, and Related Substances (), Feeding the Family (), Economical Diet and Cookery in Time of Emergency (), Everyday Foods in War Time (), A Laboratory Handbook for Dietetics (), Teaching Nutrition to Boys and Girls (), Food Values of Recipes.
Page 6 - There is almost none in meat and bread, none in common fata and sugars, and comparatively few common fooda can be taken alone and digested in large enough quantities to insure an adequate supply; whereas a pint of milk (whole, skim, or buttermilk) will guarantee to a grown person a sufficient amount, and a quart a day will provide for the greater needs of growing children.
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During the war many foods were rationed. Food rationing was introduced in stages, beginning in January Foods that were rationed included bacon, butter.
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According to Hardee's Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, written by a U.S. Army officer from the South before the war, the rations for a soldier during this time usually included. 20 oz. pork or beef (Beef was either fresh or salted, and pork was always salted.); 12 oz. hard bread in camp or garrison or 16 oz.
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