Foods That Will Win the War and How to Cook Them by Goudiss Foods [NOOK Book]

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1914 wartime cookbook.
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Foods That Will Win the War and How to Cook Them by Goudiss Foods

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Overview

1914 wartime cookbook.
Beginning Excerpt: "Food will win the war, and the nation whose food resources are best conserved will be the victor. This is the truth that our government is trying to drive home to every man, woman and child in America."

Table of contents:
CONTENTS

FOREWORD 4
SAVE WHEAT: Reasons Why Our Government Asks Us to Save Wheat, with Practical Recipes for the Use of Other Grains 11
A General rule for proportions in bread-making 15
Use of Corn 18
Use of Oats 20
Use of Rye 22
Use of Barley 23
Use of Potatoes 24
Use of Mixed Grains 25
Pancakes and Waffles 27
SAVE MEAT: Reasons Why Our Government Has Asked Us to Save Meat, with Practical Recipes for Meat Conservation 29
Selection of Meat 33, 36, 37, 38
Methods of Cooking 34, 35
Charts 36, 37
Comparative Composition of Meat and Meat Substitutes 38
Economy of Meat and Meat Substitutes 39
Meat Economy Dishes 41
Fish as a Meat Substitute 44
Fish Recipes 46
Cheese as a Meat Substitute 49
Meat Substitute Dishes 53
SAVE SUGAR: Reasons Why Our Government Asks Us to Save Sugar, with Practical Recipes for Sugarless Desserts, Cakes, Candies and Preserves 57
Sugarless Desserts 61
Sugarless Preserves 71
SAVE FAT: Reasons Why Our Government Asks Us to Save Fat, with Practical Recipes for Fat Conservation 73
To Render Fats 78
Various Uses for Leftover Fats 82
SAVE FOOD: Reasons Why Our Government Asks Us Not to Waste Food, with Practical Recipes for the Use of Leftovers 83
A Simple Way to Plan a Balanced Ration 84
Table Showing Number of Calories per Day Required by Various Classes 91
Sauces Make Leftovers Attractive 93
Use of Gelatine in Combining Leftovers 97
Salads Provide an Easy Method of Using Leftovers 99
Use of Stale Bread, Cake and Leftover Cereals 102
Soups Utilize Leftovers 106
All-in-one-dish Meals—Needing only fruit or simple dessert, bread and butter to complete a well-balanced menu 109
Wheatless Day Menus 113
Meatless Day Menus 115
Meat Substitute Dinners 116
Vegetable Dinners 118
Save and Serve—Bread; Meat; Sugar; Fat; Milk; Vegetables 120, 121
Blank Pages for Recording Favorite Family Recipes 122
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015496918
  • Publisher: Small Basket Press
  • Publication date: 10/22/2012
  • Series: Classic War Cookbooks , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 579 KB

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Written by Goudiss Foods and approved by the US food administration.
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