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Old 02-23-2013, 12:31 AM   #41
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It's all good with Tabasco sauce... LOL

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Old 02-23-2013, 12:54 AM   #42
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It's all good with Tabasco sauce... LOL
Tobasco sauce is "ok", if you like a vinegar based hot sauce.
I will use it every now and then but prefer Crystal Hot Sauce.

http://www.crystalhotsauce.com/
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I like trappey's. But I think Hock was referring to the fact that military food almost always tastes better when you drown out it's intended flavor!

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Well, not drown out, just significantly flavor. Tell me you didn't get hooked on Tabasco sauce? Miss those little bottles (or even the dry packets) in the MRE's!? I'm just sayin'...

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Is this any better? Today I had a grapefruit, a banana and two cups of coffee. And let me just remind you, coffee goes with anything in the morning...
That is better -- the banana softens the sour grapefruit, but even if it were a pink grapefruit, drenched in maple syrup (mmm...) it would SO not go with coffee. Blahhh...
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Well, not drown out, just significantly flavor. Tell me you didn't get hooked on Tabasco sauce? Miss those little bottles (or even the dry packets) in the MRE's!? I'm just sayin'...
LOL! When I was in we had the first go round of MRE's. Y'all had it made; built in food heaters, Tobasco sauce, and half decent food.

We were ALWAYS out in the field, eating them 1st Gen nasty MRE's. Every now and then they would bring us a hot meal. We ate like starving prisoners!
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I found a Vietnam era MRE in the basement a few weeks ago....worst thing I've ever tasted

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I found a Vietnam era MRE in the basement a few weeks ago....worst thing I've ever tasted
Timing is off -- there were combat rations but MRE's are post-Vietnam.
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I found a Vietnam era MRE in the basement a few weeks ago....worst thing I've ever tasted
Um, you know they DO expire, eventually, right?
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Timing is off -- there were combat rations but MRE's are post-Vietnam.
What is the difference between a combat ration and an MRE? Is a combat ration like a C-ration?
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