Tin of So-Taist-ee Meat Roll

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Tin of So-Taist-ee Meat Roll. The label shows an image of sliced meat roll and has the following text: "So-taist-ee Roll served hot is preferred by so many to bacon. Cut the roll into slices and fry in the usual way. It fries in its own fat and no other fat is required. It also makes an excellent meal served hot with mashed or fried potatoes. So-taist-ee Roll however it is served is a delicious adjunct to any meal."
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Meat was a food high in protein value and a necessity because of its shortage in camp rations. In February 1944, a 12oz tin of better quality cold meat replaced 10 oz tin of meat roll.
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