Food in wartime: crisis cake, meat substitutes and shorter cooking | Food and drinks

Did you know that around World War II, meat substitutes were put on the menu because meat was on a receipt? And that the government stimulated wild picking? During history month, these disaster plans are remembered and there are tastings with flower bulbs and crisis cake. We also learn things that are still useful today, such as cooking with less gas.

By Germieke Smits

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