Market Street Classics Chili

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Market Street Classics Chili

Postby Hardtack » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:47 pm

Here's some civilian chill made by Ameriqual. It is given as food assistance to the elderly, unemployed etc. Google Market Street classics for the website which markets it for other uses. Youtube also has a video of a ration similar to the A-pack but labeled as Market Street Classics.

Its a very bland chili with trace amounts of meat. I added cooked ground beef, garlic salt and chopped onion. Poured it over tortilla chips to make nachos with cheese , tomato etc. I'm not sure if its something I would stockpile as there are better canned chilis out there and the only advantage is the pouch.

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Re: Market Street Classics Chili

Postby elandil » Sat Feb 25, 2017 9:54 pm

Interesting. Ive had the beef stew, and it wasnt half bad.
Tried- Brit 24hr, FSR, MCW, IMP, EPA II, RCIR, Spanish IMP/lunch, Norwegian Arctic Ration, Brown Bag Corned Beef Hash MRE



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Re: Market Street Classics Chili

Postby Daley » Wed Mar 01, 2017 1:51 pm

That looks pretty cool!

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