Unfortunately, subway Sandwiches had to be rationed. this made chubway A VERY ANGRY BOY. After 1 day without a precious subway, chubway started a rampage where he eat a world record 391 12" Meatball Marinara snadwiches and burned down every bakery in London. this was also known as the great fire of London
On 8 January 1940, bacon, butter and sugar were rationed.
they were rationed because the foods were being brought into Britain by boat and the boats were being sunk by German U-boats.
Most foods were rationed; Vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat, sugar, etc.
Sugar was among the first food to be rationed. Others were canned fruits and vegetables.
During World War I, food was rationed to prevent food shortages and hoarding of food. Foods that were rationed were sugar, meat, butter, cheese and margarine. Ration cards were issued and people had to register with their butcher and grocer to purchase these foods.
sausage hotdogs and burgers
carrots, swede, potatoes, tomatoes, etc
cough sweets,Fruit andVegIn the UK, only figs (Fig Newtons) and locally grown produce was not officially rationed.
In Britain, a large number of foods and other items were rationed. In the US, dairy products such as eggs, milk, and butter were rationed. One result was the wider use of margarine. Similarly, coffee was rationed, leading to a number of substitutes of varying acceptability.
Yes all the time, many tinned, dry and jared foods were rationed this included bread stale or not
bacon, butter, sugar, meat
Many items and foods were rationed in World War 2, including gasoline, tires, oil, sugar, butter, meat and coffee.
Like during any war, food and materials are rationed in order to give the food to the troops and soldiers. Foods, like fruits, meats, veggies, and foods with a long shelf life will be given to the "war effort".
Many food items were still rationed in 1948, which was three years after the war. Rationed foods during 1948 include bacon, ham, cheese, butter, milk, chocolates, sweets, sugar, cooking fats, tea, eggs, preserves, and meat. Potatoes, bread, and bananas were also still rationed in 1948.
In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
On May 4, 1942, the United States rationed their first foods.
certain foods, such a coffee, rubber products, such as tires, aluminum and metal products, gasoline, silk
Fresh fish was not rationed Fresh fish was not rationed
Lots. Chocolate, poultry, butter were among the many. Think of it as what foods are exported from other countries, after-all it were them ships that were being bombed.
well food was rationed from 1942 -1947 so people were encouraged to plant their own gardens. Foods like meat, coffee, sugar were all rationed so you had to make due with alternative recipes and be a bit creative. People ate things like cabbage or radish sandwiches.