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1. Eggs in school lunches (id:1759057)

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2. Soya products in school lunches (id:1759062)

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3. Apples in school lunches (id:1759055)

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4. Beets (id:1759099)

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5. Cabbage as soldiers eat it! (id:1759069)

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6. Cabbage in school lunches (id:1759056)

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7. Directions for cabbage brined in jars (id:1759090)

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8. Dividing our food supply : allocations (id:1759054)

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9. Dry edible bean and pea shippers : conservation of bags by proper handling and sewing (id:1759098)

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10. Fact sheet on Arkansas and Oklahoma snap beans (id:1759087)

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11. Fact sheet on beets (id:1759088)

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12. Fact sheet on breakfast (id:1759072)

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13. Fact sheet on cabbage : a victory food selection (id:1759089)

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14. Fact sheet on carrots (id:1758884)

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15. Fact sheet on fresh and frozen fish (id:1758885)

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16. Fact sheet on fresh and frozen fish (id:1758886)

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17. Fact sheet on program to increase Maine sardine pack (id:1759077)

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18. Fact sheet on sweetpotatoes (id:1759093)

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19. Facts about the butter situation (id:1759065)

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20. Facts about the meat situation (id:1759068)

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21. Facts about the sugar situation (id:1759085)

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22. Fifteen ways to use onions (id:1759100)

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23. Genuine Puerto Rican recipes (id:1759053)

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24. Home preservation of eggs (id:1759083)

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25. Peanut butter in school lunches (id:1759060)

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26. Potatoes in school lunches : (with special emphasis on the use of small-sized potatoes) (id:1759061)

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27. Spinach in wartime meals (id:1759092)

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28. Sweet potatoes (id:1759095)

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29. Use of cling peaches (id:1759066)

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30. Clean plate fun (id:1759070)

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31. Dried whole eggs [and frozen eggs] (id:1759079)

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32. Dry powdered whole eggs (id:1759080)

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33. Fact sheet on need for increased home canning and freezing of chicken (id:1759082)

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34. Fact sheet on shell eggs (id:1758887)

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35. Fact sheet on utility beef (id:1759067)

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36. Facts on food waste (id:1759071)

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37. Fifteen ways to avoid waste in school lunch rooms (id:1759058)

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38. Kola nuts (id:1759086)

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39. Onions (id:1759091)

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40. Onions in school lunches (id:1759059)

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41. Preserving eggs (id:1759084)

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42. Sweet potato recipes (id:1759094)

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43. Sweet potatoes in school lunches (id:1759063)

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44. Sweetpotatoes in sirup or brine (id:1759097)

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45. Uncle Sam's home battalion, or, The Juttle family joins the parade : a skit (id:1759075)

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46. Value of vitamin B₁ (thiamin [sic]) in the diet of a modern American family ... current drama (id:1759076)

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47. Vitamin enrichment and other fortification (id:1759064)

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48. [Filler materials on food conservation for use by editors of teachers' and children's publications] (id:1759073)

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49. The chemical analyses of dried eggs (id:1759078)

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50. Hunger quits school (id:1789439)