Lithuanian Menu #3

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Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by shawker71 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:44 am

Hey all, I haven't posted my reviews on here in a while so here is my most recent YouTube offering. Not subscribed? Probably should be if for nothing more than to let you see how good the other reviewers are. :wink:
I hope you enjoy.
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Re: Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by Delicious » Sun Aug 20, 2017 4:59 am

Hey, grat review. I also liked this ration, the Lithuanian are on of the few rations, which don't have any seasoning included - but it is not needed
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Re: Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by alohakid » Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:22 am

shawker71 - Good morning, Sir... thanks for the great share... I'm probably the only one that feels this way, Lithuanian rations are very underrated and wont cost you an arm & a leg to purchase.

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Re: Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by Conrad » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:19 pm

Delicious wrote:Hey, grat review. I also liked this ration, the Lithuanian are on of the few rations, which don't have any seasoning included - but it is not needed
I really like these and I agree with you. I have to wishes about them though... That they'd put in better spoons and that the coffee that comes with some of them would be better.
The main meals in them though... Spot on for flavours in my view. Not exciting but nice.

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Re: Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by shawker71 » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:48 pm

Behind Russian IRP these are my favorite meals. Light, full of flavor and like Delicious said, they need no other seasoning. Alohakid you are not alone on liking these, many people feel the same. Conrad you are correct on the spoon. I think it is the most flimsy one out there.
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Re: Lithuanian Menu #3

Post by Conrad » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:56 am

shawker71 wrote:Behind Russian IRP these are my favorite meals. Light, full of flavor and like Delicious said, they need no other seasoning. Alohakid you are not alone on liking these, many people feel the same. Conrad you are correct on the spoon. I think it is the most flimsy one out there.
It is exactly the same as the Latvian spoon. The Polish spoons are also terrible

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