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Norwegian Field Rations

Posted: 05 Apr 2010, 03:55
by Klings
don't pm me any more. i'm all out

Posted: 17 Dec 2010, 00:03
by mr.kalashjni
can u tell a bit more.
what is in it?

Posted: 17 Dec 2010, 08:17
by WhiteAce
These are good - way better than US MRE's!!!

But you ask 200 NOK... that's about E25,- That's quite expencive :| And than there are mostly people attending not from Norway. Do you accept Euro's or Swedish currency as well?

Posted: 17 Dec 2010, 08:19
by Eldoriath
Those norwegian field rations are a real good buy seeing that they are really good in terms of quality and one of the best in regards of taste from what I've tried.

Posted: 17 Dec 2010, 13:27
by NL_Lexxie
You got a pm

Posted: 19 Dec 2010, 16:10
by foxone
mr.kalashjni wrote:can u tell a bit more.
what is in it?
As the OP didn't list the contained stuff even on request, i will do so as good as i know.

The field ration is seperated in 3 parts ,breakfast, lunch and dinner.
every part contains one full meal, though im not sure right now, whioch contains what.
The rest of the stuff is the same in every part:

-Energy drink powder to mix with water, flavours are berry and lemon if im right.

-Instant coffee


-A little pack with norwegian liver pasty

-Stimorol Chewing Gum (2 in each part)

-A bar of energy chocolate (with 70 % cacao)

-A wet wipe

-A flapjack

-A little pack of candy/bonbon stuff, flavour is honey.

-another stuff to drink,I think its instant chocolate powder ,but not quite sure

Hope i didnt forget anything.

They are aviable with as 3800kcal and 5000kcal version, dont know which one this is.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! These are fantastic,the meals and everything tastes really good,and its really good stuff to have with you out there.

Posted: 19 Dec 2010, 16:31
by Cuby
The breakfast includes jam and there is also some thin bread of sorts

Posted: 19 Dec 2010, 16:40
by Murrdohk
Just read the Wiki link Klings provided and scroll down to "Norway and Sweden". It gives a fairly detailed list of the items contanied in the field ration and says that one of them even contains lamb...yum yum! :)

Posted: 19 Dec 2010, 17:45
by Splinter-B
There are also some videos on youtube which show contents and a taste test :D
I read the drytech website and it seems the military rations are only provided to the military and not for commercial sale, or did I understand wrong?

Posted: 19 Dec 2010, 19:46
by Klings
Just to let all you guys who send me PM's about this.
Look at the date i published it, you're all too late.