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Some people tell us a great deal
about what children ought not to eat,
but forget to tell us what they ought
to have. The kinds of food that chil
dren need to make them grow into
healthy men and women are being
studied by home economics experts in
the United States Department of Ag
The most important of these foods
is milk. It supplies something for
making muscles; something for mak
ing bones and teeth; and something
that makes children grow. No child
w'll grow as fast as he should or as
well without milk. He may get fat,
but fatness is not the same as streng
th. Unless he has milk, some part of
him will almost surely be weak.
Every little child should have at
least three glasses of whole milk every
day, and if possible, four. If he has
this amount of milk, and particularly
if he can be given one egg yolk a day,
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Milk gets dirty easily and it is ii
very hard to make it clean after it
has become dirty. It is different from
such foods as apples and oranges from h
which the dirt can be wiped. If milk n
is left uncovered and dust or other t,
kinds of dirt fall on it, or if it is a
put into a dirty dish the dirt sinks to t(
the bottom and it is impossible to get e
it out. Dirty milk is almost sure to
make children sick, and so the great
est pains should be taken to keep it
clean. The barn where the cow is kept
should be clean; so, too, should the
pails and the milker's hands. After
the milk comes into the house it should
be kept carefully covered in a cool
Use of Clean Skim Milk
Whole milk is far better for child
ren than skim milk, but clean skim
milk is better than dirty whole milk.
If the mother can not get clean whole
milk she had better use clean skim
milk and give the child a little extra
butter to make up for the fat that
was taken off when the milk was skim
The "something" in milk that
makes children grow comes from the
grass and other green things that the
cow eats. The same "something" in
eggs conmes from the green food that
every good chicken raiser providles for
his chickens. From the green food
it gets into the milk and the egg
yolks. This substances, so much need
ed b~y all young animals, is also in
lettk.' spinach, andl other greens.
For this reason these vegetables are
goodl for children, particularly wvhen
milk and eggs are scarce.
Some childlren do not like vegetables
and it (does little good to try to per.
suade them to eat them. A better way
is to put them into soups or grav'ies
without saying anything about it. For
example, make milk stews or gravies
and put into them any smallanmounts
of cooked vegetables that may be left
over or some fresh vegetables cooked
for the pur~pose. Here is a recipe for
a milk( stew. With plenty of bread, a
large howl of it makes a goodl dinner
for a child.
1 niuart milk, whole or skim.
1 cup raw potatoes, cut in small
A few leaves lettuce, spinach, or
other greens cut inito small pieces oir
A small piece of rion
2 level ahlespoons butter or bacon
I oil the potatoes till soft and drain.
Cook the other vegetables in so little
wvater that they do not needl to he
dIrained. Add to the milk. Iheat, add~
the fat, and season with salt.
Al most any vegetable can be used
for flavoring milk stews. Or a little
fish or choppedl dried beef may be
used. In the case of very little child
ren enre should be taken not to serve
any tough foods like large pieces of
d ried he f uinles the mnot her has time
to watch and see that thoy are well
A no ther wvay to use imilk is in
1 quart milk, whole or skim.
1-RX cup rice.
I -3 cup sugar.
1-2 teamspoon salt.
I-H teaspoon ground nutmeg, OR'
ei namoon, or the grated rind of 1-4
of a, lemon.
Wash the rice thoroughly, mix the
ingiedients, and bake three hours or
more in a very slow oven, stirring oc,
casionalIly at first.
Any kind of cereal, oatmeal, corn
imea!, or cracked wheat can be used
in place of the rice ando molasses, or
or browvn sugar can he used for sweet
ening and flavoring.
Tno say that a c-hil, ,does not needl
ill be very great
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esh foods like meat, chicken, and fish
he has plenty of milk does not mean
int these foods are not good for
im. The chief point is that they are
ot needed, and when used in addition
milk they are extravagant. So far
s health is concerned some of the
nderer flesh foods, like fish or chick
n, may be given in small amounts
yveh to dry cildre N hild,
however, sheud given todgh .eat
that is likely to be swa lowed in large
pieces. Fried meat is partiulary
Use Fresh or Dried Fruits '
Fruit once a day is a good rule. If
you can not afford fresh -ruit, get
driol fr:.iti. Soak them well and cook
them until soft. If the childl is deli
cate give only the juice or pulp.. Very
young children who are just beginn
ing to eat other things than nilk
should be given the juice only of the
fruits. A little later they may be
given the pulp. A healthy .child' of
school age can eat apples, peaches,
and plums, skiri end all.
Every child should have plenty' of
good bread. There is 'no danger of
him eating too much of it unless it is
covered with sugar or jam. A hungry
child Will eat plain bread between
meals without either butter or sugar.
Save the sweets for dessert.
Whole wheat or graham bread
helps to prevent constipation. So, too,
do vegetables and fruits. Mothers
who can not afford vegetables., and
fruits should give coarse bread occas
ionally. Cereal mushes, like oatmeal
corn meal or cracked wheat, are good
for children; they have just as much
nourishment in them as the ready-to
eat cereals and cost very much less.
Hardness and crispness in food ii not
the same as toughness. In fact,
bread or toast is good food for c u
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ren. Bread that has been dried and
;lightly browned in the oven can be
broken into small pieces and served
with milk as cereal muishes are.
As to sweets, save them for dessert
when the child is not hungry enough
to eat tob much of them. One of the
simple puddings mentioned above
above makes a good dessert. So, tooo,
do plain cake or cookies. One of the
eheapest sweets is bread spread with
butter and sugar, white or brown.
Lump 'sugar is usually far cheaper
than candy. .
Breakfast may consist always of
fruit, fresh or dried, with a cereal
mush, milk, bread, and butter. Bread
and milk or rice and milk are enough
for supper. The chief meal should
come in the middle of the day. Here
are a few suggestions for it:
Milk gravy made' with bacon or
salt pork fat.
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Bread and butter, with sugar on the
last slice eaten.
Egg on toast.
Stewed celery or cabbage.
Boiled rice with sirup.
Bread and butter.
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Ass't. Emergency Home Dem. Ag't.
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