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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 81

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Friday, June 29, 1973
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ALL EDITIONS :; 1>4 ff« Arizona Re^blle , f."*-fr*T y , '.^.^ t .. r j i >-.;.i»J!V«. ..J «.;/ Frl<fiy, Jtrte 21, Smart shoppers emphasize nutrition JMt JL JL . By DOROTHEE POLSON Republic Food Editor How to be a smart shopper for your family? First of all, make sure that each member of the family is provided the necessary amount of each of the four food groups, breads-cereals, fruits-vegetables, meat and alternates and dairy products. ', Good for you! ; Bread group: . Only about 12 cents of every food dollar is spent on the bread-cereal group, yet these •£ foods supply 40 per cent of ?-ille thiamin (one of the B vi; tamins), 30 per cent of the 'Tlrlon, 20 per cent of the pro- lein and ribofflavin (another B" vitamin) and more than 15 per cent of the calcium in diets, according to USDA studies. Shopping tips: Buy whole* grain or enriched products. Most white bread is en- -riched, but specialty breads and many bakery products may not be. Cheek the wrap* per or ask the baker. Why? It takes three pounds of un-enriched bread to provide the thiamin contained in one pound of bread that is enriched. Spaghetti, macaroni and noodles marked "enriched" cost no more than un-enriched pastas. Parboiled or enriched rice is more nutritious than white milled rice. It cost a little more, but is worth the difference! Check the weight on bread labels; a large-looking loaf may not necessarily weigh more. When buying cereals, remember that ready-to-serve Scientists improve Soybean milk taste By C. G. McDANIEL AP Science Writer CHICAGO — Ice cream and - yogurt and other goodies made with an improved soybean milk we're served at brunch Wednesday by University of Illinois food scientists. They told reporters the development of a quality soybean milk offers great promise in providing cheap protein for a large segment of the world. DR. M. P. STEINBERG, professor of food engineering,' and Dr. L. S. Wei, a native of Taiwan, and associate profes- ' s : or of food science at the uni- ''yersity's Champaign-Urbana •> campus, described their de- ;yelopment, made with Dr. A. r.:"I. Nelson, professor of food .,-processing, who was notpre- |- v --sent. : -" ; ^ The menu included smoke-, £ onion-, and bleu - cheese - fla- £ vored dips, strawberry cus- .« tard, fruit-flavored yogurts, i chocolate and vanilla soy Also served were cookies made with soybean milk and a n oleomargarine-type spread. Steinberg pointed out that soybeans are "the meat ;of the Orient" because they are a major source of protein iii that part of the world. 1 A BEVERAGE made of soybeans has been used there for about 4000 years, he said, but is not, popular because it smelte like linseed oil and has a bitter taste. A similar soybean milk is used in special diets in the United States, he noted. WEI SAID THE process he and his colleagues developed 3 for producing soybean milk i* utilizes the entire bean and >f ;•,,that the method prevents the Information of the enzymes if*" "which give present soybean !$- milks the unpleasant taste. '? Meat is the most expensive form of protein, Steinberg noted. About 10 pounds of vegetable protein are required to produce one pound of meat. :.And the cost of soybean n t* n M f\ r* M yi I <rt u • OPEN SPACES , -About half of the 2,045 population of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic live in Stanley, the British co- jo'ny s capital and principal town, i! *'. *•' t; r' r' Meet Creams Hair Away! Convenient and easy to Uft N«et® cregms hair away from fgc», legs .«nd underarms. Choose frarn Crepm, Ution or Atrosoj Neet in handy milk in the store might be about a third of the cost of milk, he said, and it can be kept in the refrigerator for three months or longer. Soybean milk contains 3.6 per cent protein, the same amount as cow's milk, and 1.8 per cent fat, half the amount of cow's milk, he said. MANY PEOPLES of the world, especially in the Orient and Africa, have intolerance to cow's milk, and Steinberg said about 10 per cent of Americans have this problem. Wei and Steinberg reported that a large unidentified Japanese firm is negotiating for exclusive rights to produce their product in Japan, and that three or four major U.S. manufacturers are negotiating for rights here. They said they could not predict when the soybean milk products might be available commercially. cereals in individual boxes may cost two of three times as much per ounce as the same cereal in a larger box. Pre- sugared cereals cost more than unsweetened ones, and usually furnish more calories but less other food values than cereal sweeten yourself. Even cheaper are cereals you cook yourself. FRUltS-VEOETABLES: Prices of fresh vary with the season and supply. Prices of canned, frozen or dehydrated vary according to brand, grade, type of processing, even the seasoning. Compare the cost of fresh, canned, frozen and dehydrated; limit purchases of perishables to a • what you can use up. Give lower-priced brands a try; be flexible in substituting one vegetable for another. Try thrifty grade B or C when shape, uniformity and color are not important. If you are going to chop up canned peaches into a gelatin salad, why buy Grade A fancy? : Add shortening and seasoning yourself; frozen vegetables with sauce or butter added, or in boil-in-the-bags, are usually expensive compared to plain frozen vegetables. There are some excellent buys in private labels. MEAT AND MEAT ALTERNATES: : Here is where one-third of our food money goes. Eggs, dry beans, dry x peas and peanut butter can be used in place of meat some of the time. Cottage, Swiss and American cheese are economical protein alternates. If there is less than a seven-cent price difference per dozen between one size of eggs and the next smaller size, you get more egg, by weight, for your money by buying the larger size. As in produce, buy eggs according to how you will use them. Grade B eggs, which are less expensive, are good for general cooking and baking, where appearance does not matter. Nutrient value is the same. VIEW LOTS Buy, Build now or later - $9,400 to 16,900. Terms - Quiet, Restricted, Custom Area In NE* Phx Mini., Util. underground • Ocotillo Hills. Easton Hotcherto 18th St. 944*4665 EAT AND LOSE WEIGHT Fnjoy eating the foods you choose while you lose excess, ugly (at. X-ll Reducing Plan can help you slim down.X-ll is a tiny tablet, easily swallowed, that combines ingredients to combat hunger, appease appetite, supplement vitamins. No dangerous drugs. No strenuous exercise. Over 500 million ol X-ll tablets used all over America. Company founded in 1928. X-ll Reducing Plan costs J3 - large economy sire $5. Get X-ll now. Your money refunded by your druggist if you don't lose pounds - n» questions asked. That is just today's advice about eggs; the way the egg market is "breaking", advice is as changeable as prices. DAIRY FOODS: Our Wednesday Pood Section story on nonfat dry milk said most of it. .To recap: Save milk money by switching to nonfat dry milk (about half the cost for drinking as is or for mixing half-and-half with whole fluid milk. Certainly use it, or evaporated milk, in cooking and baking. Be sure dry milk is fortified with vitamins A and D; otherwise it nutritionally equals whole milk except for having half the calories. If you buy fluid , milk, carefully check prices; buy the largest size container you can use up safely. THE REPUBLIC'S MOCHA MILK SHAKE 2 cups reconstituted dfy milk 2 eggs, beaten 2 teaspoons instant Coffee powder 2 tablespoons light cream Combine ingredients; mix well. Chill Pour into chilled glasses. 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