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War time recipes

edited 6 December 2022 at 5:04PM in Old style MoneySaving
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  • herebemeherebeme Forumite
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    The government seems to have had a panel of experts coming up with recipe ideas to make snoek more appealing! 

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  • bouicca21bouicca21 Forumite
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    So what sort of portion size do we actually eat nowadays?  A dietitian told me that fruit and veg should be 80g and meat no more than 125g.

    He also echoed what posters have been saying - use smaller plates!
  • RobM99RobM99 Forumite
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    RobM99 said:
    Potato slices in a meat dish - nothing new. Isn't that a feature of moussaka?
    we are talking 1914-1918  so probably well before moussaka was ever even heard about in UK!
    Good point!
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