Better Nutrition

Better Nutrition in the 1950s, Part 1

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The pages of Better Nutriton, like many other magazines and cookbooks from the 1950s, were peppered with a hodgepodge of gelatin-based recipes. Everything from Jell-o-encased salads to scary-looking shrimp cocktail

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