Vegetarian MRE Menu 11: Vegetable Lasagna – tasting a Meal, Ready-to-Eat


Tasting another military ration, but this time it’s vegetarian — Menu 11: Vegetable Lasagna MRE, Meal-Ready-to-Eat on this episode of Emmy Eats on Emmymade in Japan. New videos every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday!
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  1. I remember my mom would always bring an mre back from deployment. It was usually the veg ones (apparently they weren't a favorite amongst soldiers). I loved it. I know most people say they suck, but for me it was usually the first thing me and my mom ate together when she got back, so maybe that enhanced the flavor for me. Either way, this video brought back great memories, thank you Emmy.

  2. Yay! Always love what you do! I had them as a kid when my brother was in the service! I loved them!! Lol

  3. Add Tabasco sauce to ketchup and you have your own "spicy ketchup" and you can make to your liking! Saves money on buying "spicy ketchup" that was mixed in some factory somewhere!

  4. A glass of milk solves the moisture problem with peanut butter. I love PB and eat it everyday. 1 minute breakfast is a warm flour tortilla with PB and a glass of milk.


  6. I'm thinking the addition of 2 stool softeners in the sundries bag would be appropriate. Eating those MREs for extended periods of time can stop a person up.

  7. Here's the Dollar Tree Version:

    American Classic Original Gourmet Pound Cake, 5 oz.
    Applesnax Homestyle Applesauce, 4 ct. (no peach-mango, I'm afraid)
    Assured Antibacterial Wet Wipes, 3 ct.
    Brown Plastic Utensils, 48 ct.
    Campbell’s Spaghettios Original Pasta, 15.8 oz. (closest I could get the the veggie lasagna)
    Colorful Letter Set in PVC Pouch (military guys will find this way too cute, but I like it)
    Dakota Vanilla Iced Latte, 9.5 oz. (no mixes, I'm afraid)
    Everyday Table Shakers Salt & Pepper Set
    Frank’s Red Hot Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce, 5 oz.
    Golden Home Ultra-Thin Pizza Crust, 4.75 oz. (for the bread)
    Goya Premium Pinto Beans, 15.5 oz. (to mix into the Spaghettios)
    Jif to Go Creamy Peanut Butter, 3 ct.
    White Guest Napkins, 18 ct.
    Wrigley’s Big Red Gum, 4 ct.
    Wyler’s Light Lemonade Singles to Go, 10 ct.

  8. Okay, count me astonished about the gum because I was gonna say not to kid yourself, it's always freaking mint. As someone who has never liked mint but learned to tolerate it in some things, it gets real old to find it everywhere while cinnamon, at least as a gum, gets harder and harder to find.

  9. When you know you need to reevaluate your priorities:
    When you're a trained human killing machine, but you refuse to even eat animal meat that you're not allergic to.
    Some people actually are allergic to meat though, but wouldn't have a problem, like me, in killing animals for food, experimentation (better to try something on non humans, before testing on real humans, people come before animals and experimentation is how we get / test, butnew technology), leather, fur, etc.

    Adolf Hitler was a vegetarian. Not sure if he just was allergic or just hated seeing animals suffer. Reminds me of Greenpeace. Screwing over third world peasant families, to "save the animals/rainforest".
    Everyone probably knows someone that cares more about there dog then there family / friends, like Adolf Hitler apparently in the trenches of WW1, back when he just just an ordinary solider-messanger, one of his fellow soldier's wrote that cared more about his dog, then any of his fellow soldiers.

    BTW, this is nothing against anyone in the military. I have the utmost respect for honorable soliders, but if you can kill a man, but can't kill an animal for food, then there's something wrong with you. Again God bless the US and Irish military's (I'm Irish) and all honorable soliders of Judeo-Christian morals.
    The Irish War of Independence would have probably ended in genocide, without the military threat from Irish American involvement in the war. Thanks for the arms and logistical support in helping us to fight for our freedom against, fake protestants (a tree is known by its fruits, non state protestants joined our cause against the British after being led by God to do so. I know of the abuses (not just the sex abuses) of the Catholic church, God's path for me is to fight against them from where I am).
    BTW, the modern Irish anti British rebels are mainly Godless socialists, the Christian's have been lead away from active involvement in the war decades ago.

  10. Mre are high carb meals, for soldiers to keep them ready for combat during months long missions. They are not emergencyratios for folk.

  11. I never used the powder drinks b/c I’m slightly lactose intolerant. PFC… vegetarian (I once ate a meat MRE by mistake but, I was so sick and yelled at.) We didn’t have post cards in ours but, could buy them at the PX. I send letters.

  12. Cool!!!! I am a vegetarian and have always wanted to try an mre, but didn't know if they had any for vegetarians and vegans. How much are they?

  13. I love the vegetable lasagna. It's so damn good. imo, all the vegetarian meals are delicious

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