by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||[by Margaret Weidenhamer, Edward M. Knott, and Lorna R. Sherman.|
|Series||Marketing research report no. 854, Marketing research report ;, no. 854.|
|Contributions||Knott, Edward Morton, 1935- joint author., Sherman, Lorna R., joint author., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Statistical Reporting Service., National Live Stock and Meat Board.|
|LC Classifications||HD1751 .A9183 no. 854|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||79602902|
The book covers topics such as curing and making brines, smoking meats and sausages, U.S. Standards, making fresh, smoked, emulsified, fermented and air dried products, making special sausages such as head cheeses, blood and liver sausages, low salt, low fat and Kosher products, hams, bacon, butts and loins, poultry, fish and game, creating /5(). Homemakers opinions about selected meats a nationwide. Posted on by nejy. Homemakers opinions about dairy products and imitations a. The book covers topics such as curing and making brines, smoking meats and sausages, U.S. Standards, making fresh, smoked, emulsified, fermented and air dried products, making special sausages such as head cheeses, blood and liver sausages, low salt, low fat and Kosher products, hams, bacon, butts and loins, poultry, fish and game, safety Brand: Bookmagic. Opinions of Homemakers Regarding Fibers in Selected Items of Household Furnishings: Volumes - Ebook written by. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Opinions of Homemakers Regarding Fibers in Selected Items of Household Furnishings: Volumes
There has been a need for a comprehensive one-volume reference on the manufacture of meats and sausages at home. There are many cookbooks loaded with recipes which do not build any foundation for the serious hobbyist to follow. This leaves him with little understanding of the sausage making process and afraid to introduce his own ideas. There are professional books that are written for meat. The River Cottage Meat Book by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a food writer and author of the very successful River Cottage series of books and TV programs. His book, The River Cottage Meat Book is an essential read for anyone who cares about their food, particularly meat. The ethical argument between meat eaters. A nationwide sample survey in the USA (based on interviews with homemakers) revealed widespread consumer misconceptions concerning the fat content of dairy products, e.g. regular whole milk of about % fat was described as containing more than or equal to 20% fat by 7 in 10 homemakers. The fat content of ice cream was also often grossly overestimated. Men's preference for working outside of the home has varied by 10 percentage points since , from 68% to 78%. Women's views have shown slightly more variation than men's over the same period, shifting between 42% and the current 56% high who have said they prefer to work, rather than serving in a homemaker role, if they were free to do either.
(Asked of all homemakers) 1/ Foods included by homemakers in a - Juice and/or fruit Hot cereal Cold cereal Ham, bacon, sausage Other meat (steak, chops, etc.) Eggs One egg Two eggs Three or more eggs Potatoes Grits, rice Pastry, cake, pie Toast, bread, rolls, biscuits - Pancakes, waffles Coffee or tea Glass of milk Miscellaneous Number of cases. This book has some very interesting tidbits about life as a Radical Homemaker (a term that was new to me, but I think fits well). These tidbits are buried within a looong and, as others have pointed out, repetitive opinion piece about the soul-sucking way the rest of us s: Improving the safety of fresh meat (ISBN ; ISBN ) It is widely recognized that food safety depends on effective intervention at all stages in the food chain. This authoritative and comprehensive book summarizes the wealth of research on reducing microbial and other hazards in fresh meat. Get this from a library! Homemakers' opinions about fibers in selected household items: a nationwide survey. [L Yvonne Clayton; Lorna R Sherman; United States. Department of Agriculture. Statistical Reporting Service.].