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The Day's food in war and peace
([ca.1918])

Lesson VII: [Fruits and vegetables],   pp. 76-87 PDF (3.5 MB)


Page 87

LANTERN SLIDES. 
Homemade Drier. 
Homemade Drier and Rotary Slicer. 
Patent Drier Used on Kitchen Stove. 
Patent Drier Made of Metfl Box Filled with Water. 
Patent Drier Showing the Parts. 
Use of Electric Fan to Facilitate Drying. 
Dried Snap Beans Sliced Before Drying. 
Cutting String Beans with Rotary Slicer. 
Potato Peeler. 
Interior of Potato Peeler. 
Dried Potato Strings, Passed Through Meat Grinder. 
Preparing Cooked Potatoes for Drying, 
Cutting Sweet Potatoes with Rotary Slicer (1). 
Cutting Sweet Potatoes with Rotary Slicer (2). 
Carrots Sliced and Dried. 
Spinach Dried. 
Dried Green Peas Run Through Meat Grinder. 
Drying Figs. 
Cartons for Dried Fruits and Vegetables. 
Types of Cookers with the Canned Products. 
Brother and Sister Canning Their Garden Products. 
Hot Water Bath Type of Canner. 
Potatoes of Different Grades, Losses in Peeling. 
Dish of Potatoes and Carrots. 
Roots and Succulent Vegetables. 
Composition of a Cabbage, and the Loss of Each Constituent on Boiling. 
Fruit and Fruit Products. 
Portions of Fruits and Vegetables Equal in Fuel Value. 
A Few Iron-rich Fruits and Vegetables. 
Experts Teaching Women and Some Men Economy in Food. 
A Lesson for the American Housewife from France. 


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