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"When meat rationing finally comes, it is going to be just as stiff on the individual as canned goods rationing. On the average, the meat ration will provide about four ounces per citizen per day. In restaurants this will mean about two ounces to the average portion for a main meal and none for breakfast. Restauranteurs had better start learning the tricks from the British whose ration in normal restaurants is only one ounce per person per main meal. The trick is more stews and meat gravies and no steak."

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The Rationing of Meat (PM Tabloid, 1943)

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