asked: Hebert Brach, 6th company, 2nd BN, GR 916, was very well pleased upon finding US Rations, “In the village (Bettendorf) itself, we appropriated an American food and clothing storehouse in a convent. Now for a pleasant change we had enough to eat. Everybody feasted on the tasty U.S. field rations." American field rations were nasty, I can only imagine how bad German rations must have been. Russian loved German rations, imagine how bad Russian rations must have been?
Well, let’s grab a can of Russian Tushonka “mystery meat” and find out!