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- Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:03 pm
- Forum: MRE Tips & Tricks
- Topic: Heating Beverage Bags in US MRE's
- Replies: 4
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Not sure why you say to put the bag behind the retort pouch (where it never gets very warm at all) but I agree to never put it inside the FRH. Actually, I never put anything inside the FRH any more. When I heat a meal, I slip the FRH inside the cardboard entree sleeve, then slide in the entree and s...
- Wed Jul 18, 2018 8:09 am
- Forum: MREs
- Topic: Coffee Instant, Taster's Choice, Red Sachet White Fibrous Residue Investigation
- Replies: 22
- Views: 317
Wonderful work, good sir. I'm going to say that the new proper descriptive for this coffee is...spoiled.
Drew, the purpose of MREs is to feed troops in the field. We get them only incidentally. So the fact that MRE drink powders don't readily mix without an elaborate and time-consuming procedure is singularly pertinent.
That may work, and it's fine for those of us eating a ration in leisure, but it's both completely impractical and dangerous to expect troops in the field to go through such a rigmarole. Soldiers need a no-hassle, works every time, instant mixing beverage. Period.
I've always had that "gunky stuff" issue, also. It's a crime that the US can't make a drink powder that mixes with water. They could simply buy single-serving packets of powder from commercial sources, just like they do with coffee. It's not like the drink provides any significant nutrition anyway. ...
I ate some in 'Nam in 1971. IMO, anything labeled "pork" was basically a lard hockey puck - a lot more fat than meat. If you had to eat them cold, they were a gag fest. Most of us preferred LRRPs if we could get them, but you had to rehydrate those and there sometimes weren't either hot water or tim...
- Sat Jun 02, 2018 8:41 am
- Forum: MREs
- Topic: Found this MRE at a flea market. Know anything about it?
- Replies: 12
- Views: 884
It's old enough to buy its own booze. Don't know about you, but I wouldn't eat it.
Yup, that's the link I had before. That's the 2016 lineup. And the suppliers are Wornick, Ameriqual, and Sopakco in that order top down on the list. Wok is supplier 7266, AQ is 7264, and Sop is 7262. I ask because I just bought a Wornick TOTM with the Mexican Burrito Bowl as the entree, so there mus...
Some time back, somebody posted a link to the list of 2016 TOTM menus. The contents varied a bit by supplier, and I wonder if anyone has a link to the current (2017 and 2018) menu lists. The TOTM section on the main board has been redlined.