ration book


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ration book

ntessera annonaria
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And we will come through - whatever your personal definition of austerity - just like our courageous parents and grandparents, but this time without a ration book in sight
To buy most rationed items, each person had to register at chosen shops, and was provided with a ration book containing coupons.
All the girls received a ration book and identity book on arrival, made some craft items and had chips in newspaper.
In this latest issue of Remember When, we hear from Brian Moore who recalls those days dominated by the ration book.
Known as "The Queen of ration book cuisine," she came up with ways to cook war-time staple Spam and was a prolific writer.
The author provides a factual chapter from his own experience as conclusion, and each chapter is introduced by illustrations of wartime advertising or documents such as a ration book.
For Jodie, filming the series Ration Book Britain for digital channel Yesterday was a personal journey.
There are 'Food Flashes' from the Ministry of Food about not over-boiling cabbage, not wasting a crumb of bread and not folding your ration book 'because it does not like to be creased any more than you do'.
This ration book, issued in January by the government of Sulaimaniya in Kurdistan, is one of several methods now used in Iraq to restrict gas purchases.
In The Ration Book Diet CAROL HARRIS shows how you can use the slimming secrets of your grandparents to help you keep trim and healthy.