Pizza MRE Is Created, And All The Military Rejoiced
On the 8th day, the pizza MRE was created and all the Military rejoiced. Now every day can be pizza day, even in combat. But seriously, how in the hell did it take them this long to get this going? The only people who hate pizza are terrorists; and we kill terrorists. Civilians love it, Military men and women love it, even Officers love it, and just now they decide it would be a good idea to make it in to MRE form?The more we think about it, the more we're pretty sure it's going to end up tasting like chili mac, or a beef patty. If the Military is going to get one thing right, it better be this...ok maybe there's a few other things they should be getting right before the pizza thing, but still, our men and women in uniform deserve to eat something that doesn't taste like cardboard shit. So please, for the love of all that is sacred and holy, make it actually taste like pizza.
Close your eyes. Now, think of the most delicious food imaginable. If you’re picturing, say, a hamburger or a bowl of mom’s spaghetti, you’re wrong. It’s pizza. Or, as it will soon be known in the military, Meal, Ready-to-Eat No. 37.That’s right. According to Tech Insider, a U.S. Army laboratory has just successfully concocted the first ever field-ready slice. And guess what? It’s the real deal.Well, almost.“It’s a fully assembled and baked piece of pizza in one package,” Lauren Oleksyk, a food technologist at the U.S. Army’s research, development, and engineering center in Natick, Massachusetts, told Tech Insider.But unlike a normal, civilian slice of pizza, this one is infused with something called Hurdle technology, which prevents mold from forming and allows the MRE to remain edible for three years at 80 degrees. In other words, if the Terminator were a slice of pizza, this would be it.
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