WWII Sugar Rationing Pamphlet


Description
Media Type:
Object
Item Type:
Pamphlets
Description:
"Wartime Sugar Savers" issued by Consumer Section-Marketing Service Dominion Department of Agriculture. Contains tips on how to ration sugar and use it more conservatively. The reverse side contains recipes.
Inscriptions:
"These practical, wartime recipes have been tested and approved in Canada's Kitchen. Some are old...some are new, but all are voted good. Designed to stretch your sugar ration, each recipe calls for only a moderate amount of sugar. For example, in the dessert recipes, not more than 1/2 cup of sugar is used.
Butter rationing has been taken into account in these recipes. A few of them call of the use of small amounts of butter, but it is only included where the butter flavour is especially desirable."
Date:
1945
Subject(s):
Contact
South Grey Museum
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WWII Sugar Rationing Pamphlet


"Wartime Sugar Savers" issued by Consumer Section-Marketing Service Dominion Department of Agriculture. Contains tips on how to ration sugar and use it more conservatively. The reverse side contains recipes.