National Geographic : 1942 Nov
u. a . Arily ainal 5orps "Take Your Clumsy Breadhooks Away! Let Me Beat It" "Sure, they're dried eggs. So what? Add water, season right, and stir and there's your omelet," explains the dietician, lecturing in an Army cooking school. To save shipping and cold-storage space, Army uses more and more dehydrated meat, eggs, fruit, and vegetables (page 586). Douglas Q.White Concentrated Sweetnessfrom the Orange Groves ofCalifornia The California Fruit Growers Exchange developed amethod ofconcentrating orange juice to one-seventh ofitsnatural volume. Now theArmy uses thecon centrate, and much is sent toBritain tohelp feed herchildren. Three boxes of oranges are required to makeone U.S.gallon ofconcentrated juice.