The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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1 oday's home freezer opens whole new horizons in living and food economy. Seasonal items become year-round staples and complete menus can be prepared weeks in advance of consumption, permitting gracious and bountiful family living. Here are some ideas for putting your freezer to work which indicate the versatility of this wonderful appliance and the variety it adds to meal planning. Freezer living is not complex but so simple even children can learn to use the freezer. Strawberry Sequence P^m'a 9 !*!!^ ° f '^ m ° $t im P° rtant $teps in freezi "9 ' u » s - ey are de cold ? U n? ? m ° re th ° Ln ° qUQrt at a «-"—««d washed under cold running water or with a gentle spray for not more than a mmute. Strawberries are washed before the Py a* e stemmed To drain fruits of excess water spread them out on a tray covered with several thicknesses of clean absorbent toweling. of the sugar, and so on, until the container is filled. Or the washed cooled and dramed fruit could be transferred to a bowl one quart aJ a t,me, and sprinkled wilh sugar before packaging * ° faV ° ri ™ b '"X shortcake with Freezing Poultry ^^S^tt^Sff&J!&^ ^^^^^^^t^JSi^; an outer wrap for extra protertlon.

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