Discussions about US MREs and other US rations
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.
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Yes, but this question was being asked by civillian use..So they do have the time for an elaborate and time consuming process, ....If thks was a question asked by a soldier in the field...your answer would be more pertinent in that asked scenerio.
I do agree with your comments on a service use basis...
it's real simple. They "SUCK", to begin with. They should get the British or European Orifo kool-aid packets. Even the Canadian drink mixes are superior to ours. I'm on the phone with Trump now, complaining about it.
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I’ve only recently had a problem with this and only ever from new rations. Those vintage ration drinks ALWAYS mix better in my opinion.
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