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Has anyone here tried heating entrees by boiling them in the bag? I was thinking I could heat them while hiking with a small camp stove, instead of the FRH, since the stove would be faster. Any thoughts? To heat them up in hot water, is/was the usually method for the last decades, before the FRH´s ...
The EPA's have 4000+ calories, I´m sorry to say this, but an EPa has "only" 3.300 calories and a weight of 1,6 kg See official Bundeswehr Infos about: http://www.bundeswehr.de/portal/a/bwde/kcxml/04_Sj9SPykssy0xPLMnMz0vM0Y_QjzKLd4w39bQESUGYpvqRaGKGbn4IsSB9b31fj_zcVP0A_YLc0IhyR0dFALNCMzY!/delta/base...
- Mon May 21, 2007 1:34 pm
- Forum: MREs
- Topic: Who has eaten the oldest MRE (or MCI !)
- Replies: 49
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"IGOR, bring me the cake."mreheater72 wrote:Hi guys,
yesterday I opened a „Chocolate Nut Cake“ with the date packed 4230 (17.08.1984)!
It was all ok, appearance, smell and taste! Yummy!
"OK, Dr. Frankenstein...."
I wish I could find some of those eggs to add to my supplies. How do you find such great stuff? Inquiring minds want to know. :D As many US troops leaving Germany, there is a "great sale" at German flea markets and at ebay Germany... See: http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2001050635...
Today I got my newest T-18: http://jeep.cfasp.de/upload/439419.jpg http://jeep.cfasp.de/upload/439420.jpg (the can is for size imagination only!) http://jeep.cfasp.de/upload/439422.jpg Contains 3 plastic bags with 18 servings of "scrambled-egg-powder"... Back issued: http://jeep.cfasp.de/upload/4394...