Turning ration stamps into healthy meals

Dedicated to "the Canadian Homemaker Whose Time is so Generously Devoted to the War Effort," this book offered hints on keeping the family fit, how to stretch the meat ration, wartime ingredient substitutions, "colourful salads in wartime menus," and desserts under rationing.

Josephine Gibson, ed., How to Eat Well Though Rationed: Wartime Canning and Cooking Book (NP: Vital Publications, 1943)

booklet, 64 pages, 14.7cm x 22.2cm
War, Memory and Popular Culture Archives - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
Second World War