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Use and Preparation of Food

Use and Preparation of Food

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Excerpt from Use and Preparation of Food: October, 1919

The period of reconstruction, even more than the period of the war, throws a great responsibility upon the women of our country. Three great food problems face the American housekeeper to-day: To select and use food so that the problem of maintaining the food supply of the world may be met; to feed her family properly so as to maintain the health and efficiency of its individual members and thereby the welfare of the Nation; and to choose food so that the family income may be wisely used.

In order that the home makers of this country and the girls and women who are to be home makers may have assistance in the solution of these problems, this series of short-unit courses in the use and preparation of food is suggested as a basis for instruction in day, part-time, and evening classes in home economics.

This bulletin has been prepared by the Federal Board for Vocational Education in cooperation with the United States Food Administration, and special acknowledgment is made to Miss Martha Van Rensselaer, in charge of the home conservation division of the Food Administration, and her colleagues for the valuable help and advice which they have given in the preparation of this bulletin.

The Department of Agriculture has assisted with contributions of material and with helpful suggestions from members of the staff, and the publications of the department have been of value in the preparation of this bulletin.

This material was assembled and edited by Miss Wenona Windsor, special agent for research in home economics of the Federal Board for Vocational Education.

For the contribution of material we are indebted to Miss Georgia White, Mrs. Lucile Wheeler Adams, Miss Ruth Wheeler, Miss Katherine Glover, Miss Flora Rose, and Mrs. Irma Hotchkiss, of the Food Administration; to Miss Miriam Birdseye and Miss Caroline Hunt, of the Department of Agriculture; and Miss Louise Stanley, of the Federal Board. Acknowledgment is further made to Dr. Mary Swartz Rose, of Columbia University, for reviewing the manuscript.

Special acknowledgment is made to Miss Zella E. Bigelow for the final editing and preparation of this bulletin.

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