Mixing beverage bases with wet pack fruit

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Robin heum
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Re: Mixing beverage bases with wet pack fruit

Post by Robin heum » Thu May 07, 2020 9:22 am

SentientTootsieRoll wrote:
Wed May 06, 2020 10:13 pm
I wonder if something similar could be done with the US MREs. i.e. spiced apples with orange beverage base? Ugh, no way. :P How about mixed fruit with lemon lime beverage base? That might turn out, unfortunately I don't have any way to try it right now.

I just tried it with Us Beverage bases and fruits.

And it's honestly amazing
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Mixed fruit cocktail with a 1992 Beverage base Grape. It's really tasty and sweet, would recommend:)
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And Mango peach sauce with Lemon lime mixed in, also great and sour tasting.

Also tried spiced apples with cocoa Beverage powder but it didnt mix Well, apples were to dry.

There has to be many cool combos you can make like this, im out of fruit now though:( Maybe zapplesauce could work🤔

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Re: Mixing beverage bases with wet pack fruit

Post by steve1989 » Thu May 07, 2020 2:29 pm

Robin heum wrote:
Thu May 07, 2020 9:22 am
SentientTootsieRoll wrote:
Wed May 06, 2020 10:13 pm
I wonder if something similar could be done with the US MREs. i.e. spiced apples with orange beverage base? Ugh, no way. :P How about mixed fruit with lemon lime beverage base? That might turn out, unfortunately I don't have any way to try it right now.

I just tried it with Us Beverage bases and fruits.

And it's honestly amazing20200507_151328.jpg

Mixed fruit cocktail with a 1992 Beverage base Grape. It's really tasty and sweet, would recommend:)
20200507_151324.jpg
And Mango peach sauce with Lemon lime mixed in, also great and sour tasting.

Also tried spiced apples with cocoa Beverage powder but it didnt mix Well, apples were to dry.

There has to be many cool combos you can make like this, im out of fruit now though:( Maybe zapplesauce could work🤔
Nice work there, Robin! Hell yeah dude I'm going to mix up an old school grape mix into a mixed fruit soon and then freeze it.

Oh hey cortex I hope you're seeing this, I found ya an imp apples and 6 ice Glace.

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Re: Mixing beverage bases with wet pack fruit

Post by steve1989 » Thu May 07, 2020 2:31 pm

Smitty wrote:
Wed May 06, 2020 3:15 pm
Can confirm, this is pretty decent

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Not bad man! I really do say its at its best when frozen - I'm tempted to whip up another here.. might do peaches this time.. will report back again

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Re: Mixing beverage bases with wet pack fruit

Post by Cortexmelon » Thu May 07, 2020 5:43 pm

steve1989 wrote:
Thu May 07, 2020 2:29 pm
Robin heum wrote:
Thu May 07, 2020 9:22 am
SentientTootsieRoll wrote:
Wed May 06, 2020 10:13 pm
I wonder if something similar could be done with the US MREs. i.e. spiced apples with orange beverage base? Ugh, no way. :P How about mixed fruit with lemon lime beverage base? That might turn out, unfortunately I don't have any way to try it right now.

I just tried it with Us Beverage bases and fruits.

And it's honestly amazing20200507_151328.jpg

Mixed fruit cocktail with a 1992 Beverage base Grape. It's really tasty and sweet, would recommend:)
20200507_151324.jpg
And Mango peach sauce with Lemon lime mixed in, also great and sour tasting.

Also tried spiced apples with cocoa Beverage powder but it didnt mix Well, apples were to dry.

There has to be many cool combos you can make like this, im out of fruit now though:( Maybe zapplesauce could work🤔
Nice work there, Robin! Hell yeah dude I'm going to mix up an old school grape mix into a mixed fruit soon and then freeze it.

Oh hey cortex I hope you're seeing this, I found ya an imp apples and 6 ice Glace.

Haha, Those are absoutely just about my favorite pieces of an IMP usually!

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