Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

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Re: Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

Postby sourwes » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:47 am

I agree, the strawberry is great! I was lucky enough to get a chocolate also; it's pretty good added to coffee like steve1989 suggested...
it is what it is....

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Re: Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

Postby wats6831 » Thu May 04, 2017 10:17 pm

I mean who doesn't love some fish balls!?
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Re: Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

Postby FREMONT » Tue May 09, 2017 3:03 pm

Where would one get an Indonesian ration, or any ration from Southeast Asia? I haven't been on the search for a ration in a while but I would like to continue the hobby with something exotic compared to the standard North American or European ration.
By the way, nice review Steve!


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Re: Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

Postby steve1989 » Wed May 10, 2017 8:13 am

Hey thanks guys! I really do love the Indonesian Rations. Well, except for the SP - the SP canned is unfortunate.

But the T2-PJ Freeze dried... that is the best Asian Military Ration ever made! And I am not putting this lightly!

Wanna get ahold of some for a reasonable price? stanleynatakusuma@gmail.com

I hope he doesn't mind me sharing his email here - he did ask me to share it on YT so I suppose he won't mind.

Contact him - he charges $11 for T2-PJ's - it was $9 but he raised his prices. Who knows, he might have raised them even more - things like that happen when demand sets in to the supply. No big deal - I would value a T2-PJ at $60 Ration-value. It's not worth any more than that - but certainly should never sell for less than $40 for what it is.. a flavor filled adventure! And running in at 3,500-4k calories and being freeze dried - I say it's really up there in desirable and exotic!

I bought like 12 T2-Pj's total. have eaten 2 off set, gave a few to friends and family to try - - plan to review 1 or two after I get a relaxed feel for them.
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Re: Indonesian T2 P & FD-3

Postby NuWorldMann » Wed May 10, 2017 2:18 pm

steve1989 wrote:Hey thanks guys! I really do love the Indonesian Rations. Well, except for the SP - the SP canned is unfortunate...


Okay, now I'm a little worried! Not really..but, are you just giving a lesser grade to the SPs because they are indeed canned, rather than stored in a retort pouch? Do you feel the can taints the flavor of the meal? I looked at some SPs and they look pretty fresh, with "best by" dates going into mid to late 2017. I have an order from Stanley sitting at JFK right now (I got some SPs and his last PJ..the PJ is what I'm really looking forward too.He's a real nice guy and is great with communication.


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