No, in the United States no vegetables were rationed. The only things I remember as being rationed were butter, sugar, meat and gasoline. We had coupons for gasoline and tokens for the edible things.
Water was not rationed. Potatoes were not rationed because they were plentiful in the USA but in England they were rationed. Depending on which country or area where you lived pork meats were not rationed. Things like salt. baking soda, spices, vanilla, baking powder were not on the ration lists. Some medicines were not rationed but antibiotics and medicines needed in the war front were rationed amongst the medical facilities. In the USA some vegetables and fruit did not need to be rationed but the people were encouraged to grow victory gardens so the vegetables and fruits used in the military forces' rations and kitchens could be plentiful. In England they had rationing for ten years and it was for an extensive list of things. Cars were not rationed because they discontinued building cars in both countries. The gasoline was rationed as well as tires. Blackout Drapery and Curtains were not rationed. Sand bags were not rationed. Things like dishes, photos, stationary, etc were not rationed.
I just read a news article that said fish and chips were not rationed during the war
Butter had been rationed because the Germans just gave it to their army
people rationed many things so that the military forces could get supplies. Not everything was rationed though. things like pens and paper were not rationed. people tried to eat less meat so that it could go to the military.
Many of the countries who fought in ww2 were rationed. Food and gasoline were two main items that were rationed in ww2.
some things that were rationed in WWll was milk sugar
gasoline, sugar, eggs, meat. As the war went on more and more things were rationed
No, water was not a rationed food. however, things like potatoes, sugar, and meat were rationed. The government established special days such as meatless mondays and wheatless wednesdays.
i don't really know all of them but they did ration meat, cheese, candy and chocolate. that's probably the only things i know that they rationed, oh and i think they also rationed clothes, I also think that they rationed eggs.
To save up ammunition and food
bread, milk everything essential
During World War II many products were rationed, including butter and sugar,Caught in a snowstorm when the car broke down, the family rationed the little food they had with them.
Postage stamps were never rationed. They could be purchased at the post office in any quantities desired. Goods and war related materials were rationed, things such as sugar, butter, shoes, tires and gasoline.
It was rationed for things such as tires for military tanks, and rubber was a much-needed necessity during World War 2.
In Britain bread not rationed in World War 2, but was rationed in 1946.
things that were not rationed
Fresh fish was not rationed Fresh fish was not rationed
Food was rationed because the Germans bombed are supply boats so we didn't have enough food. To share the food equally food was rationed. Not all food were but foreign food. Clothes were also rationed.
rubber coffee meat butter and even shoes
How should the food be rationed in case of emergency.