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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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cheaper foods require careful season
ing'and preparation to be fully appe
tizing. In many households proper
attention to the cooking of these
chea,p and desirable foods will In
crease greatly their consumption and
thus reduce considerably the use of
more expensive foods eaten instead
of cereals.
(6) Waste in preparation.
Much useful food gets into the gar
bage pail because the housewife in
preparing potatoes or other vegeta
bles and fruit, such as apples, cuts
off with the skin a considerable per
centage of edible material. Careless
paring of potatoes may consign as
much as 20 per cent of the edible por
tion, including outer layers contain
ing valuable mineral substances, to
the garbage pail. Many persons are
unaware that the green and tender
tops of many vegetables which con
tain valuable mineral and other food
substances are excellent cooked as
greens, or even as additions to salads.
GOOD FOOD IS WASTED:
If it gets into the garbage pail.
If allowed to spoil in the home.
If ruined by careless cooking.
By careless paring and trimming.
When too much is served at a meal.
WAR BRIDES OF THE STAGE
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Two beauties of the stage, Ina Claire ot "Quaker Girl" fame, and Julia
Sanderson, Frohman star, are being called war brides. MissClaire will'
marry Lieut. Lawrence Townsend, Jr., of the U. S. S. Missouri; Miss San
derson is the bride of Lieut. Bradford Barnette, U. S. M.
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