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WW2 Rationing Recipes - American

Discussion in 'The Homestead Kitchen - Recipes Etc' started by Marianne, Mar 30, 2019.

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  1. Apr 21, 2019
    Marianne

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    Now THAT is just awesome!!
     
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    Maybe garlic for the next batch...
     
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    Here's what the Canadians used for a butter extender:

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    Like I have any cream hanging around. That would have been in my coffee in a New York minute.
    Others just whipped equal amounts of softened butter and lukewarm water. You wouldn't be able to cook with that, but it helped them at the dinner table.
     
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    So, I finally got around to making the Knox butter extender. I used a pint mason jar and a stick blender which made it a lot easier. Looked like butter, pretty much tasted like butter...and I had soggy toast. But I just had some on a baked sweet potato and it was good! My husband just gave me the raised eyebrow look. hahaha
     
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    I liked it when I made it - DH did too!
     

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