Pork Rib Tray pack

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Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby desperado » Thu Jan 07, 2010 11:35 pm

Just opened up one of my BBQ Pork Rib tray packs that I got from that place in Idaho that someone mentioned in a previous post in the for sale section. 3 cases for just over $100 shipped. Pack date of 7356. About 18-20 rib sections per tray. Each fits perfect in a hot dog bun.

I might have to orders some more!

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby scottymonger » Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:19 pm

I went and checked, but it looks like the rib tray packs are currently sold out. :(

http://www.longlifefood.com/Tray-Packs- ... ucts/1029/

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby desperado » Fri Jan 08, 2010 4:39 pm

Actually I got the ribs here:

http://www.armysurpluswarehouse.com/pro ... e-4257.cfm

But I ordered the Taco Beef Tray thru LLF and was happy with it! I do wish they had more of a selection! It looks like ASW only only has the ribs and cheesy potatoes with ham left.

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby Bypah » Fri Jan 08, 2010 5:21 pm

I have some mystery meat and gravy and another mystery meat and potatoes...thay are good!! :mrgreen:
Too bad I'm the only one tha tlikes it at my home.... :lol: :lol: :(
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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby bigboy » Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:48 pm

Hi Desperado, are the pork ribs any good? Ibought some of them and cheese potatoes and ham a while back, wasn't to impressed with them though as they were actually too cheesey and the ham tasted pretty old.

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby desperado » Wed Feb 17, 2010 10:09 am

Bigboy,

I love the ribs! So does the wife! We opened another tray 2 days ago. I agree with you on the cheesy potatoes with ham. Not so good there!

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby rationtin440 » Thu Feb 18, 2010 4:58 pm

I'm curious as to how the shelf life of t-rations compare with the shelf life of MREs, anyone know? As for long term storage food for shtf scenario, I'm thinking that the t-rations would provide a more nutritionally balanced system but they are obviously not packed like MREs.

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby MCIera » Fri Feb 19, 2010 12:59 am

DSCP lists the shelf life as 18 months @ 80ºF for the UGRs

rationtin440 wrote:I'm curious as to how the shelf life of t-rations compare with the shelf life of MREs, anyone know? As for long term storage food for shtf scenario, I'm thinking that the t-rations would provide a more nutritionally balanced system but they are obviously not packed like MREs.

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Re: Pork Rib Tray pack

Postby Bypah » Fri Feb 19, 2010 11:23 am

Then I have to check my mystery meats and gravy trays.....I have them already for almost 4 years @ a controlled temp of 62-65 degrees. :shock:
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