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Homer

sandwiches still good after 3 years

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If you're like me, then you will have no problem consuming food before it goes bad, regardless how much leftovers you may have. But if you're like some people who have a tendency to waste food due to not being able to consume large portions before it goes bad, then I have some good news for you.

Experts at the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center have developed "indestructible" food that they say will stay good for up to 3 years. Of course I know what you're thinking: Why only 3 years?  But hey, it's a start.

I don't know about you, but the thought of eating 3 year old sandwiches just makes my mouth water. Mmmm...yum yum :s04

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           Maybe if the choices were:  starvation,  cannibalism,  or that sandwich...then I guess I'd eat the sandwich!  :P

            Good find,  Homer   :s1

      (did it say British scientists had American soldiers try it out first?  Clever!!!  :D  )

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[blue]They tried it on British soldiers, but the British soldiers realised that they don't have to eat 3 year old sandwiches, they could just go to the shops instead...[/blue]

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"...sandwiches, which come in pepperoni and barbecue chicken flavour, to supplement battle rations..."

Who knows what delicacies they’ll be having next.  ::) Come to think of it, I can think of a few 'white' meat meals they could try... :sh

Mouth-watering stuff  :s04

Tommy

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If it preserves food for 3 yrs, then what will it do to the lining of your stomach?  :s9

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Heck, I eat twinkies that are older then that....

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