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Sunday, May 1, 2016
..example of the typical chow eaten by U-boat sailors...
Sunday 30 March (1941) Corned beef, turnips, potatoes, fruit.
Cooked ham, bacon, one pickled cucumber, dripping ersatz (a kind of bread made of starch and low quality flour soaked in gravy), bread, tea.
31 March Egg-flip (a mix of eggs, potatoes, and salami the Germans called hopped poppel).
Tinned sausages, salt fish, butter, bread, tea.
1 April Lentils and bacon, one sausage, stewed fruit.
Sausage, cheese, butter, bread and cocoa.
From Code Name Caesar by Jerome Preisler and Kenneth Sewell.