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An advert of January 1966 explaining that special edition screw bands are now available to recycle 4 ounce Gregg’s instant coffee jars to use for preserves.
The box indicates the Perfit preserving book is now in its fourth edition.
George, Susan Baker, Thompson & Hill, Unilever, Wiltshire NZ Ltd on April 20, 2013 at 10.46 For a long period of history, bottling was the main method of preservation of foods – and there doesn’t seem to be much “specific” history of it in New Zealand since it is obviously not endemic; and therefore didn’t have much of a separate development geographically. It was a given that the accomplished housewife would have a skilled knowledge of cooking and preserving.
It is what it is; stuff in jars, found the world over – even the earlier traditions of potting, drying and smoking of Maori culture weren’t that different from any other parts of the world. Sometimes hundreds of pounds of produce were ‘put down’ while it was in season.
I’ve never seen either of these versions before – just what I think of as the “regular” version that I posted in the article above, which seems to crop up on a regular basis.
Anyway, for the most part they are interesting pages with some colour.
This is a bit like saying fruit grows on trees under a blue sky, since in those days it was more a given necessity than a pastime of any sort.
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