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oldkim wrote:
golddigger14s wrote:
I like MRE's for the car, but freeze dried (Thrive) for the house.


To be honest from a mid/long term - it should be reversed.
MRE and high heat fluctuations will ruin it faster than anything. After a good summer In the car... it’s basically done.

True, but no heating, utensils, or water required.

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Don’t get me wrong. All those points are valid to a point.

It’s the longevity with extreme heat/cold cycles in a car over a year that destroys the condition of the MRE.


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