have a look on my new review - first time I've tried the halal version of US MRE
It was a nice surprise !
Thanks, I'll do my bestRuleryak wrote:I just watched this, your first review on a Polish SR-1, and the Spaghetti MRE review so far - off to a great start! Thanks for sharing this with us.
Norton wrote:I enjoyed your review it was interesting. I did not think the lamb would look like that. Assumed as an American the Lamb would be in a red sauce or brown gravy. The green spinach in a MRE is very daring. It would be hard to eat that main course for breakfast and they leave you with few other choices. You could mix the cookies raisins and nuts with the butterscotch pudding. That would work in the morning for me. I did not see coffee or tea, was it not included or did I miss that part?
Thanks again for posting
Norton wrote:...It would be hard to eat that main course for breakfast and they leave you with few other choices. ...
rattattoo wrote:Norton wrote:...It would be hard to eat that main course for breakfast and they leave you with few other choices. ...
Did I miss something along the way that indicated that this was a full day meal pack or was intended for breakfast?
In my experience, a "saag" [with whatever mixed in] is a dinner main in Indian cuisine.
This seems to be a fairly standard US issue, single meal. Main, dessert,snacks and bev... just no hot bev.
I will frequently take along saag in one of the Indian meal retorts that are available in a lot of groceries these days. The one I get is "Saag Paneer", which has a tofu-like cheese cubed in it. One pouch will serve two meals [or two people], and it makes a nice vegetable side for a lot of the MRE mains.
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