health, food, nutrition, diet, vegetable, winter cookery, home economics department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
Eat and serve more vegetables. Eat and serve them every day because they are rich in mineral matter, which the body must have to build and repair bones, teeth and other t issues and to keep it in good running order. They also contain vitamins necessary for health and normal growth and development of the body. Because of their bulk, vegetables also help to prevent constipation. A variety of vegetables is available to the South Dakota homemakers during the winter if they will but look ahead for them. The garden should be planned with the idea of storing and canning vegetables for winter use. The farm homemaker can well keep in mind that when she is canning, she is saving for herself the wages of those who can, transport and sell the products she would otherwise buy.
Dolve, Mary A., "Winter Vegetable Cookery" (1926). SDSU Extension Circulars. 249.