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(YouTube)   Glen and Friends takes on recipe from WWII cookbook that helped wartime homes make do with food shortages: "Why yes, cardboard CAN be a viable sausage substitute"   (youtube.com) divider line
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1943 Mock Sausage Patties - Old Cookbook Show - Glen And Friends Cooking

1943 Mock Sausage Patties - Old Cookbook Show - Glen And Friends Cooking
This is one of those wartime recipes that is accidentally vegetarian, and would fit right in in 2022.


Mock sausage patties
1 cup lentils
2 cups water
Milk
1 cup Grape-Nuts
2 Tablespoons minced onion
1 teaspoon salt
½ to 1 teaspoon sage
1 Tablespoon melted fat
2 eggs well beaten

Soak lentils in water overnight. Cook in same water until soft. Drain. Add enough milk to lentil liquor to make ¼ cup. Force lentils through sieve. Add liquid and remaining ingredients in order given, and mix thoroughly. Let stand 30 minutes. Shape in patties, ½ inch thick, and roll lightly in flour. Fry in s,all batches.

Old cookbooks are a great source for some fantastic old recipes - today we look at a 1943 wartime recipe meant for saving meat a wartime rations recipe. This mock sausage recipe is an early attempt at a vegan sausage recipe.

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