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Hey MreKampr My wife and I do quite a bit of backpacking. Mostly in the NY Adirondacks - no cars, no "campers" - sorry Dirty Dave. I take MREs and store bought food (sometimes freeze-dried, but freeze-dried is too expensive). MREs are great for shorter hiking trips. Anything beyond 2 nights or so re...
- Sun Dec 04, 2005 9:07 pm
- Forum: MRE Reviews
- Topic: Vegetable Burger with BBQ sauce
- Replies: 6
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I just had a veggie burger mre the other day...not awful, but there are definitely better entrees. Anyway, the 2004 menu list has peanut butter in the meal, but mine didn't have any. Anyone else experience this?
I've been using ALICE packs since the very late '80s. The large is great. My wife uses an EMS granola type pack that hardly fits anything and that makes it difficult to get to things you need. Not so with the large ALICE pack. Worth every cent I paid for it. Plus you can carry your canteens on the o...
Shipping and handling is included in the item pricing at longlifefood and they only have a $22 minimum order. I've ordered from them numerous times and they have quick shipping and the food is always fresh.
- Sun Aug 14, 2005 10:11 am
- Forum: MREs
- Topic: Combat Feeding Program Power Point
- Replies: 12
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I'm pretty sure my father sold the Eureka foods. I remember them from when I was a little kid. I completely forgot about them until he mentioned them a few months ago when we were talking about MREs.