What's your MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) experience? | Link TV
What's your MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) experience?
For as long as wars have been fought, there has been the problem of how and what to feed an army. The food has evolved from salted beef and hardtack (a hard, salted bread) during the American Revolution, to canned meat and vegetables in World War I, and finally pre-sterilized, flat-packaged war rations called Meals Ready to Eat in the '80s. Since then, MREs have been distributed in a number of other situations — to rescue workers fighting raging fires or to refugees seeking comfort in food after a devastating typhoon. What memories do you have of MREs?
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