Compressed Vegetables


Compressed Vegetables -

Vegetables evaporated at a comparatively low temperature, from 120° to 140° Fahr., until they are well shrunk but have not become brittle, then spread in layers and compressed into cakes about 1/2 inch thick. The cakes are frequently stamped into "one-ration" tablets of about 1 ounce each. They are very useful under some conditions, but unless carefully and successfully prepared they are liable to have too strong a "hay" flavor to be generally liked.


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