Category Archives: Educational
Eggs–Soft Scrambled in butter, soft boiled, or poached
- Beef-Rare/Medium Rare
- Mixed, Salted Nutes– No Peanuts
- Nut Butters–No extra Sugar
- Pure Buckwheat (this isnt wheat)
- Couscous (the kind made from Pearl millet only).
- Coffee, Tea, Green Tea, Read Wine.
- 4-8, 8oz glasses of filtered, chlorine and floride free water. Each day, avoid soft plastic bottles
20,000 ORAC points of antioxidants daily
Any carbohydrates (except oatmeal that is “Gluten Free”
- Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says gluten Free
- Fried Foods
- Oils — Cooking or Salad. This includes Olive Oil.
- Well Done meats
- Deli Meat, any nitrates added to meat
- Skin on baked potato or yams sweet potato. However, if you boild a potato, you can eat the skin.
Foods before Bed
- Best–Cherries or Milk
- Jasmine Rice
- Sweet Potato
- Valerian Tea
- Worst-Bacon Cheeseburger
- Dark Chocolate
- Red Bull type drinks
- Mountain Dew
- Indian Curry
I found this website when looking up some more infromation on Food rationing in War Time Britan, http://www.history.ac.uk/research-training/browse/online which is a course offering from the Intutute of Historical Research University of London School of Advanced Study. It is a sourse that helps set up a research data base to keep track of the data that you are acumulating. Looks like a Good program to go through to help researching skills.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rationing_in_the_United_Kingdom#CITEREFHome_Front_Handbook an Entry on the Wikipedia for rationing in the UK, there are some resources there worth looking into for furthur investgation.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/food/2011/01/how-to-make-marmalade.shtml A BBC blog entry on Marmalade with happened to be one of the items availble during the war for a ration item.
These are a couple of articles from a great blog published by a couple of young mothers named Jodi and Julie. Hopefully you will enjoy and get some good information they have to offer. http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/fsme/docs/shelfplan.pdf and http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/2009/02/16/build-your-own-can-rotating-rack/ Check it out and support there site.
http://mormonfoodstorage.blogspot.com/2008/09/pantry-paragon-or-how-to-make-your-own.html— this posting is no longer here, but it was a blog entry relating to the construction of a food storage and rotation system.