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"Calorie-Saving Recipes with Sucaryl Non Caloric Sweetener for Reducing and Diabetic Diets" is your guide to using this retro precursor to Splenda. Use it in beverages, breads, cakes, cookies, desserts, sauces and dressings. Great color photos of food vignettes. A fantastic example of Mid Century cooking & "Mad Men" era recipes!

Sucaryl was a substance known as sodium cyclamate, discovered in a lab in the 1930s and banned in 1969 due to a link to bladder tumors in rats. Patent holder Abbott Labs petitioned the FDA in the 1970s to have the ban lifted and then again in 1982. Their petition was denied. So all we have left are the memories...and terrific advertising ephemera such as this!

31 pages; 6 x 4.5 inches; 1957

Condition: Good+ noting rippling along top edge.

Vintage Advertising Cookbook SUCARYL Artifical Sweetener 1950s Recipe Book

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