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plates: "If we were having mince and tatties, there was usually more potato than mince. And I remember my mum making fishcakes which had only a tiny bit of fish in them but they still tasted lovely. "Families bought only what they needed, and used every bit so there was no waste. The biggest differences, though, are in what we consume as treats today.
Vimto at room temperature for a special occasion. "DITCH THE MEAT: Under rationing, people ate very little meat. Too much red meat is linked with heart disease and cancer. Try just 70g daily. COOK MORE: Processed food didn't exist during the war, says Ayela Spiro, nutrition scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation. "People who cook more understand food better and have healthier diets. "RATION SUGAR: Keep to a maximum of five teaspoons a day, but preferably less, as it has been linked to diabetes and cancers. This website and its associated newspaper adheres to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. If you have a complaint about editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then contact theIf you remain dissatisfied with the response provided then you can contact the IPSO byEdinburgh Evening News provides news, events and sport features from the Edinburgh area. For the best up to date information relating to Edinburgh and the surrounding areas visit us at Edinburgh Evening News regularly or bookmark this page.
Cookies are small data files which are sent to your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc) from a website you visit. They are stored on your electronic device. Tony Leptuck took time Wednesday while waiting to be discharged from the Nike Foamposite Royal Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center to talk about D Day, the Allied World War II invasion of Europe that began 69 years ago today. Army 82nd Airborne Infantry on June 6, 1944, when he jumped out of an airplane over northern France to join hundreds of thousands of other soldiers in the battle that many say was the beginning of the end of the war. was watching the History Channel the other day about D Day and I found out there really was no plan to get us out of France if the operation failed, Leptuck said with a chuckle. guess the only way out for us was we had to win. And we did. proudly talks about his time in the service and in battle and without hesitation he said, I had to do it again, I would. of wha.
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. "Then tea was just something light, which meant you worked off the calories you ate during the day. You didn't buy what you didn't need and the food you ate tended to fill you. "It wasn't all healthy though. Minnie recalls a tea consisting of bread smothered in dripping which would horrify today's dieticians. And the rhubarb stalks dipped into a bag of sugar would have today's dentists reeling in horror. Nevertheless the ration book food policy resulted in a drop in the incidence of heart and other chronic Nike Lebron 11
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