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Excerpt from Food Conservation Education in the Elementary School Program
If you eat three times a day, you have had meals in the last 10 years. Your likes and dislikes for certain foods have become habitual, As a nation, we have never doubted that there would always be food enough. As individuals, we have prided ourselves on setting a good table and being choosy about our food. Few of us have been trained to consider intolerable, burning of the toast, scorching of the stew, or discard ing of left-overs. A discussion of waste draws from most women a sincere denial that they waste any food. Because of that deep-rooted habit that many of us have formed of eating the best and discarding the rest, the housewife may allow the dry bread to get drier; she may cook fresh food instead of using left-overs; and she may think little of it if Johnnie leaves food on his plate because he doesn't like it.
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bound: 30 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 23, 2017)
isbn: 0259970891, 978-0259970897,
weight: 1.9 ounces (