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Taste of Home Logo By Reminisce Magazine Editors of Taste of Home | Slide 1 of 16: "In the early 1940s, while in high school, I was a cashier at the Atlas Supermarket in Indianapolis, Indiana," says Rosie Minatel Eagen (left) of Beech Grove, Indiana, "It was during World War II when lots of items were rationed, but not Wheaties. The woman in the center is Mr. Max Atlas, wife of the owner. The other girl is another cashier." Speaking of rationing, here are 35 thrifty recipes grandma made during WWII

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"In the early 1940s, while in high school, I was a cashier at the Atlas Supermarket in Indianapolis, Indiana," says Rosie Minatel Eagen (left) of Beech Grove, Indiana, "It was during World War II when lots of items were rationed, but not Wheaties. The woman in the center is Mr. Max Atlas, wife of the owner. The other girl is another cashier." Speaking of rationing, here are 35 thrifty recipes grandma made during WWII

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