Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by Ration Fan » Sun Oct 09, 2011 5:40 pm

Hi!
I just saw this very OLD Topic and got a tip for you.
The freeze dried dumplings look exactly like the dumplings from the german brand Pfanni.
Here´s the Website:
http://www.pfanni.de/de/produktuebersicht.asp?cat_id=2
Sorry for my english it´s not the best!

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by housil » Mon Oct 10, 2011 11:41 am

The "Gruppenverpflegung" is made by professional Gastro manufacturer as some "Kantinen" use them.

Pfanni is designed to be used by "Hausfrauen". They may look similar, but they are different especialy in taste. I don´t like any Pfanni made stuff. It tastes like typical instant meal ("Fertigzeug") :cry:

This pro Gastro manufacturer make their food (called "Convenience") to not-instant-taste like "Lukull", "Farmland",

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by Ration Fan » Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:32 pm

Ok, thanks for teaching me :D.
Sorry for my english it´s not the best!

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by laughing_man » Sun Apr 08, 2012 6:08 am

Hi,
Does Gruppenverpflegung have a menu of how many kinds of breakfast, lunch, and supper each?
There is Typ12 in adventure-world.de.
Are there much more menus?
Moreover, does the list of menus exist?
:?: :?: :?: :mrgreen:

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by housil » Sun Apr 08, 2012 8:20 am

Due to the Bundeswehr page, there are 12 different "menus" of a days supply. I´m sorry I don´t know where there is a list.

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by laughing_man » Sun Apr 08, 2012 9:16 am

Thank you, housil. :D
I would like to try one of them.

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by housil » Sun Apr 08, 2012 10:59 am

laughing_man wrote: I would like to try one of them.
You just have to bring 19 buddies with you :mrgreen:

See a little video clip about the preparation of it with a mobile kitchen trailer:


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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by laughing_man » Sun Apr 08, 2012 11:30 am

housil wrote:You just have to bring 19 buddies with you :mrgreen:
It's a big problem. :!:
I don't have a big pan.
I am glad if it's possible to cook only a few...
And I consider making a freezer empty beforehand. :D

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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by dirtbag » Sun Apr 08, 2012 11:39 am

Die Gulaschkanone...
I want one! :lol:
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Re: Bundeswehr Gruppenverpflegung review

Post by housil » Sun Apr 08, 2012 12:57 pm

Me too, but Mrs Housil: "What the heck do you want with this?!?!"

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