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338. Putting up Lunches






Those who find the putting up of lunches a part
of the daily routine may take comfort in the suggestion of one resourceful
woman. When using eggs she sees to it that only a small piece of the shell
is broken off from the end of one egg. The egg shell from which the piece
has been cut is then washed and kept as a receptacle for jelly or jam for
the noon lunch basket. The open end being protected by a piece of paper
dipped in paraffin.






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