MCW beef teriyaki 2005 DoP Review

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MCW beef teriyaki 2005 DoP Review

Post by steve1989 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 8:32 pm

I was camping at Kissimmee state park this past weekend and took along some of my favorite rations, including my last mcw beef teriyaki entree dop 2005 and a 2005 mcw peanut butter that was in the same ration. I decided to mix them. The peanut butter mixed with the beef acted like a peanut sauce. It was the best mcw experience I've ever had and felt it was worth sharing.

Imagine warming up under some shelter during a cold heavy rain with this ration. It was truly an experience.

I finished it all and was almost too full! :D
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Re: MCW beef teriyaki 2005 DoP Review

Post by RockyRaab » Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:34 am

Very clever addition. I have to remember that for some dehydrated beef teriyaki I have. Because by itself it's a bit meh.
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Re: MCW beef teriyaki 2005 DoP Review

Post by steve1989 » Sat Nov 29, 2014 7:41 pm

Thanks, Rocky! Yep, by itself it is pretty good, but with the peanut butter added, it seriously tastes like some Peanut Thai Curry with minor soy sauce undertones.

Here is part of a photo set I'd taken about 2 months ago on another 2005 DoP Beef Teriyaki that I had - I didn't add the peanut butter to this one and I felt after I had it (Which it was still fantastic), I felt maybe it could use a little something extra.
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