In the UK during World War II, virtually all food products were rationed except for bread. The British Wartime Ministry of Food allowed for bread to be made and sold without limitations but the bread had to be a special mixture which was fortified with vitamins supplements. This particular style of bread was wholly unpopular with the British public who nicknamed the recipe “Hitler’s secret weapon”. The recipe called for 7.5 tablespoons of table salt which is a large part of the reason why it was...
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