Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby BTemple » Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:06 pm

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Oh man that sounds like a great combination. Some M&M's and smoked almonds too would make it amazing.


There was a bag of peanut m+ms in that one but toasted corn instead of almonds. In the one I reviewed in this post it had no m+ms , but the corn and the smoked almonds together


I love those corn kernels in MRE's, especially if it had tortillas as well, throw them in with the main for extra crunch and salt. Great stuff
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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Conrad » Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:18 pm

BTemple wrote:
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I love those corn kernels in MRE's, especially if it had tortillas as well, throw them in with the main for extra crunch and salt. Great stuff


I do exactly that with chili macaroni or beef stew when the corn kernels are there. Well I put in half and eat the other half

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Simon2002mre » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:00 am

Spectacular review! I'll have to bust into my beef stew pretty soon! I don't know when my dates though, I'll have to dig it up and find out.
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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Conrad » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:34 pm

Simon2002mre wrote:Spectacular review! I'll have to bust into my beef stew pretty soon! I don't know when my dates though, I'll have to dig it up and find out.

Is it a MCW or MRE?

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Simon2002mre » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:50 pm

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Simon2002mre wrote:Spectacular review! I'll have to bust into my beef stew pretty soon! I don't know when my dates though, I'll have to dig it up and find out.

Is it a MCW or MRE?

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Conrad » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:07 pm

Simon2002mre wrote:
Conrad wrote:
Simon2002mre wrote:Spectacular review! I'll have to bust into my beef stew pretty soon! I don't know when my dates though, I'll have to dig it up and find out.

Is it a MCW or MRE?

MCW



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We had the worst storm in 50 years here today, had to leave work and get home. Power was out so I used my stove and prepared a breakfast skillet MCW , has kept me going from 10.45 am right through to now just after 6pm and no sign of running out of fuel yet.

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Simon2002mre » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:22 pm

Conrad wrote:
Simon2002mre wrote:
Conrad wrote: Is it a MCW or MRE?

MCW



Niiiice!
We had the worst storm in 50 years here today, had to leave work and get home. Power was out so I used my stove and prepared a breakfast skillet MCW , has kept me going from 10.45 am right through to now just after 6pm and no sign of running out of fuel yet.

Dang! Well stay safe! And those MCWs are just amazing!! They keep you going for a while!
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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Conrad » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:38 pm

Simon2002mre wrote:
Conrad wrote:
Simon2002mre wrote:MCW



Niiiice!
We had the worst storm in 50 years here today, had to leave work and get home. Power was out so I used my stove and prepared a breakfast skillet MCW , has kept me going from 10.45 am right through to now just after 6pm and no sign of running out of fuel yet.

Dang! Well stay safe! And those MCWs are just amazing!! They keep you going for a while!


It's easing off now. Worst damage so far is just a section of fencing blown away. 3 people have been killed so far during the storm though around the country. Not a large amount compared to other countries but still tragic and very unusual for this country

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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Simon2002mre » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:59 pm

Conrad wrote:
Simon2002mre wrote:
Conrad wrote:

Niiiice!
We had the worst storm in 50 years here today, had to leave work and get home. Power was out so I used my stove and prepared a breakfast skillet MCW , has kept me going from 10.45 am right through to now just after 6pm and no sign of running out of fuel yet.

Dang! Well stay safe! And those MCWs are just amazing!! They keep you going for a while!


It's easing off now. Worst damage so far is just a section of fencing blown away. 3 people have been killed so far during the storm though around the country. Not a large amount compared to other countries but still tragic and very unusual for this country

Ya for sure man, I wish you luck in the rebuild! At least I know for a fact you have food
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Re: Late 2015 MCW no.7 Beef Stew

Postby Conrad » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:17 pm

Simon2002mre wrote:
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Simon2002mre wrote:Ya for sure man, I wish you luck in the rebuild! At least I know for a fact you have food


Thanks simon. Luckily this is meant to be only a 1-2 day storm and we've got off lightly here. Yeah it's a good feeling knowing I've got rations. An easy and convenient, reliable way of preparing a decent meal with no power .
Part of a polish S RG 1 for supper tonight. 8) :D


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