We Rarely Consume These Things Nowadays

Gooseberries were popular in the early to mid-1900s when families foraged them from gardens and hedges for fools, tarts, pies, and jams.


This perennial herb, which the Greeks and Romans used to symbolize happiness, has also appeared in beers and tobacco.


This Minnesota canned meat, launched in 1937, became popular worldwide, especially during and after World War II.


Whey, the liquid byproduct of cheesemaking, is now mostly found in protein or bulk powder form.


Celeriac is a useful vegetable that deserves more recognition, even though it looks ugly.


Since the early 1900s, packet instant mash with water and milk has satisfied carb needs without peeling, boiling, or arm pain.

Instant Mash

Cottage cheese was popular in the mid-19th century and meant handmade cheese. During the First World War, 30 million pounds of it were made in 1919 and widely promoted.

Cottage Cheese

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