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I seem to have great luck with them. I had one last year from 88 that was still fine (chocolate mint - miss that one almost as much as orange)Simon2002mre wrote:I never have good luck with those pound cakes! They always go rancid on me, it's gross!
- Fri Feb 10, 2017 4:39 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic
- Topic: Huge Lot of military surplus for sale
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I'm interested to see what the collection entails. Is it mostly ration related or just military in general? It is mostly military in general spanning from WWII through modern day. I have an assortment of both US and foreign items. PM me for anything else you may want to know! Thanks :mrgreen: Seein...
I have some friends in Evansville - the whole place is pretty well locked down. They don't sell rations to the public at all on site and don't offer tours or anything else for that matter. It's the Ameriqual plant btw. US MREs are also packaged in Texas and South Carolina (Wornick and SoPakCo). The ...
Just wanted to put an update out there. I got gifted a bottle of Soylent at the meetup in Doswell, then got gifted a case of it from my brother in law when he noticed the bottle in my travel gear. I've since bought a number of cases of original, cacao, and coffiest and I'm pretty much half and half ...
- Tue Dec 27, 2016 2:49 pm
- Forum: International Ration Reviews
- Topic: Armenian 24h ration menu 1 (2015)
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Great review - thanks for sharing it with us. Just to clarify - was the stone a pit from something, or an actual rock? Always great to see something brand new on here