review of travellunch meals

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review of travellunch meals

Post by sas-survivalist » Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:29 pm

hey all

i picked up some travellunch meal while i was in Scotland at a camping shop and though i would do a review of them the menus where

mousse au chocolat

chilli con carne


i got them both for 4 GBP witch i thought was a good deal for them both here is my opinion on them

chilli con carne: it really smelt like bbq sauce from the start when i added water it really thickened up a lot looked good nice texture and loads of kidney beans over all pretty nice item i give it 4 out of 5 stars

mousse au chocolat: hell this was amazing it was like real chocolate mousse it looked like hot chocolate powder at first but when i added water it thickened up like the chilli and after i left it it look just like mousse it even had real choco bits defantly 5 out of 5 stars for this one



this was my first review so leave feed back and comments on it please if you will as i need to know if i did good or bad thanks sorry about pic quality bad camera



jordan (aka SAS)
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chilli con carne in packet up close
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chilli cone carne before adding water
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Post by sas-survivalist » Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:33 pm

...... they didn't all fit on one page
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Post by German_EPA » Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:46 pm

was it the 125 g or the bundeswehr 80 g version?
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Post by sas-survivalist » Mon Aug 25, 2008 1:49 pm

hey german epa



this was the 125g version but they had the 80g versions i think



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Post by German_EPA » Mon Aug 25, 2008 2:01 pm

i dont think they mix it up. the slovenian army has the 125 g version too. the desserts have other fillings (g) anyway...

i love travellunch! tastes good and is fast ready to eat.

btw: if anyone is searching travellunch - have a look at my shop :wink: i offer ALL civil items.
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Post by DangerousDave » Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:20 pm

I thought you Brits only ate white(navy) beans with franks or bacon. Oh, I'm sorry, You're a Scot. Thats why. God Bless Scotland. The American equivalent to West Virginians(Mountaineers). :wink:

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