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Posted: 3/13/2018 6:20:44 PM EDT
I like Korean food and ran across these Korean "MREs" on eBay and thought it would be cool to try one, to see if they'd be something I'd want to take camping. It isn't an MRE in the American sense, in that you need to rehydrate it. It's more like a Mountain House dehydrated entree. The dry weight is 120 grams.

Front and back of the package. The spoon was included.





Inside the bag, showing the dehydrated food. Also the sesame and gojang sauce (Korean BBQ sauce) packets included.





After rehydrating for 10 minutes and then adding the oil and sauce.



It was pretty damn tasty and not too spicy (although I like Korean food full strength). Just needed a little kimchi to go with it. Size-wise, by itself it's not enough for dinner for me, but it would make a good lunch.

I got a 3-pack from eBay vendor "magnetic1." No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.
Link Posted: 3/13/2018 7:15:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2018 7:17:02 PM EDT by Nick_Adams]
Originally Posted By Dave_Markowitz:
I like Korean food and ran across these Korean "MREs" on eBay and thought it would be cool to try one, to see if they'd be something I'd want to take camping. It isn't an MRE in the American sense, in that you need to rehydrate it. It's more like a Mountain House dehydrated entree. The dry weight is 120 grams.

Front and back of the package. The spoon was included.

https://i.imgur.com/5ghfCt2.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/D8VRe57.jpg

Inside the bag, showing the dehydrated food. Also the sesame and gojang sauce (Korean BBQ sauce) packets included.

https://i.imgur.com/rzMmHe9.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/QNfA9FF.jpg

After rehydrating for 10 minutes and then adding the oil and sauce.

https://i.imgur.com/7XCZVZr.jpg

It was pretty damn tasty and not too spicy (although I like Korean food full strength). Just needed a little kimchi to go with it. Size-wise, by itself it's not enough for dinner for me, but it would make a good lunch.

I got a 3-pack from eBay vendor "magnetic1." No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.
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Awesome! ... But that 'meat' in there is dog-bits.

My question would be: are they using high-grade dog meat, like from an Akita (?), or the meat off your average street dog they gutted in some back ally in Poutang Province?
Link Posted: 3/13/2018 7:33:25 PM EDT
Hey man, nothing wrong with a little gaegogi.
Link Posted: 3/13/2018 8:02:02 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2018 8:02:32 PM EDT by soldier65]
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Originally Posted By Nick_Adams:
Awesome! ... But that 'meat' in there is dog-bits.

My question would be: are they using high-grade dog meat, like from an Akita (?), or the meat off your average street dog they gutted in some back ally in Poutang Province?
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Originally Posted By Nick_Adams:
Originally Posted By Dave_Markowitz:
I like Korean food and ran across these Korean "MREs" on eBay and thought it would be cool to try one, to see if they'd be something I'd want to take camping. It isn't an MRE in the American sense, in that you need to rehydrate it. It's more like a Mountain House dehydrated entree. The dry weight is 120 grams.

Front and back of the package. The spoon was included.

https://i.imgur.com/5ghfCt2.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/D8VRe57.jpg

Inside the bag, showing the dehydrated food. Also the sesame and gojang sauce (Korean BBQ sauce) packets included.

https://i.imgur.com/rzMmHe9.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/QNfA9FF.jpg

After rehydrating for 10 minutes and then adding the oil and sauce.

https://i.imgur.com/7XCZVZr.jpg

It was pretty damn tasty and not too spicy (although I like Korean food full strength). Just needed a little kimchi to go with it. Size-wise, by itself it's not enough for dinner for me, but it would make a good lunch.

I got a 3-pack from eBay vendor "magnetic1." No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.
Awesome! ... But that 'meat' in there is dog-bits.

My question would be: are they using high-grade dog meat, like from an Akita (?), or the meat off your average street dog they gutted in some back ally in Poutang Province?
Who cares? I've eaten Dog. and the breed or the source never really mattered. It was Always tender and delicious.
Link Posted: 3/15/2018 5:58:33 PM EDT
not all Koreans eat dog. they dogs used for meat are, I guess a breed, raised like farm animals. the dogs eaten are not pets or strays.
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