Maple Sausage

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Maple Sausage

Post by thenaztuu » Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:57 am

Has anyone tried tried the Maple Sausage MRE? I believe its menu 4. Looks like an interesting meal pack.

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by kman » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:01 am

Not me. I haven't seen any of the new 2009 items yet. Unfortunately, it usually takes me until about July-September before I can score a case of the newest MREs.

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by kman » Mon Jun 01, 2009 11:02 pm

I've seen some of the newer entrees are now available at some of our favorite online MRE stores:

The Epicenter - http://theepicenter.com/mre_military_me ... o_eat.html
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BePrepared.com - http://beprepared.com/

They also have the Beef Brisket and Buffalo Chicken entrees. Time for an order!

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by MR.EMAN » Wed Jun 03, 2009 10:40 pm

thenaztuu wrote:Has anyone tried tried the Maple Sausage MRE? I believe its menu 4. Looks like an interesting meal pack.
How ironic that something that could resemble "4 fingers of death" would be Menu #4 :mrgreen:

I just ordered some of the maple sausage, brisket, buffalo chicken and the bacon cheddar FSR sammiches from the epicenter. I will post the details if no one beats me to it.

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by Treesuit » Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:35 am

Mr. Eman,

Yeah if you get some post the results here. And from personel experiences the FSR pocket sandwhiches are good and addictive at least in my mind. :P

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by MR.EMAN » Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:20 am

Treesuit wrote:Mr. Eman,

Yeah if you get some post the results here. And from personel experiences the FSR pocket sandwhiches are good and addictive at least in my mind. :P
My order shipped yessterday. I see they now use Fedex, whih will do deliveries on Saturdays (you listening UPS?) and I'll have em tomorrow. I'm doing a big BBQ this weeked, so Sunday I should have something up.

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by MR.EMAN » Sat Jun 06, 2009 1:54 pm

Just got my order in gang. Here's 1 of each:

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Heres the Maple sausage. Not links, but a patty itself, and surprise, surprise, its just like the rib entree. Comes in at 3.5 oz. WTF, is it with tasty pork entrees, being reduced to snack size sides? :evil: Will get a taste review up by the morning
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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by MCIera » Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:30 pm

The solid meat entree items (i.e. those without gravy or sauce) have generally been in the 3-4oz range and are usually coupled with a side dish item as part of the entree. The 8oz entrees are generally mixed with sauce and other ingredients (veggies, and/or starch.)
MR.EMAN wrote:Not links, but a patty itself, and surprise, surprise, its just like the rib entree. Comes in at 3.5 oz. WTF, is it with tasty pork entrees, being reduced to snack size sides?

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by MR.EMAN » Sun Jun 07, 2009 11:33 am

MCIera wrote:The solid meat entree items (i.e. those without gravy or sauce) have generally been in the 3-4oz range and are usually coupled with a side dish item as part of the entree. The 8oz entrees are generally mixed with sauce and other ingredients (veggies, and/or starch.)
MR.EMAN wrote:Not links, but a patty itself, and surprise, surprise, its just like the rib entree. Comes in at 3.5 oz. WTF, is it with tasty pork entrees, being reduced to snack size sides?
Shhhhhhh, I was hoping for a pork conspiracy :lol:

Ok gang, I got to eat one this morning. This entree is basically the pork rib, same texture and taste, except with just a hint of maple flavor. I found there was more maple flavor in the gravy, than in the patty itself. All in all, not too bad, and if you liked the rib then you'd probably do ok with this, as long as you like maple :lol: Old MRE enrees don't disappear. They just come back with a new name.

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Re: Maple Sausage

Post by Bypah » Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:43 pm

Looks nice...with some crackers,cheese spread and a cup of cocoa ...yummmmmm!!! :mrgreen:
Nice pics Eman...
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