Pizza, ready to eat?

A military research lab in Massachusetts, tasked with developing ever better field rations for our deployed troops, apparently are closing in on perfecting a recipe for that oft-desired meal: pizza.


According to the report, the lab is perfecting a recipe which will give a field ration pizza a three-year shelf life and not require refrigeration.

This may well be the finest development in military foodstuffs since Tactical Bacon.

Read all about it here: Pizza That Lasts Years? It Could Soon Be a Reality

And since you’re here, don’t forget about those tactical sandwiches. mmmMMMmmm.


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2 Responses to Pizza, ready to eat?

  1. archersangel says:

    i’d probably try that, but (despite what that article says) i suspect it would be like eating cardboard.


    • Dayton Ward says:

      You’d be surprised. The meals have come a long way since my day, and they — well, most of them, anyway — weren’t that bad. There are far more options these days, and the meals themselves continue to improve.

      It’ll never beat home cooking, though 🙂


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