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flOW TO MAKE A -HANDY
KITCiifN MEASURE
W
AR-TIME food shortages and the advent of
new foods like dried eggs and household
milk mean that the housewife has to try
her hand at many new recipes. Good results cannot
be expected unless the ingredients are measured out
accurately. But war-time shortages also extend to
kitchen equipment and many households are unable
to obtain proper scales or measures. Following out
r
recipes by guesswork or by using cupfuls or handfuls
as measurements is liable to lead to disappointment.
This can be avoided if
a
handy kitchen measure is
made from a 2 lb. jam jar as described in the
following pages. Housewives will find the measure
saves time and labour and avoids waste.