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PostSun Jul 28, 2019 10:30 pm 
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Great article, Randy, thanks for posting it. "Native biscotti" - that's a good one.  In a fashion, the grand prize winning recipe using Pilot bread is very close to a basic meatloaf recipe.  Will have to try that next time I have some ground moose around.  I'll pass on the Pilot bread sundae, though.  gag.gif

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PostTue Jul 30, 2019 6:46 am 
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randyhiker wrote
Pilot Bread is in fact a form of hardtack, but a bit more edible that others.  It's like an giant and thick round unsalted saltine cracker.
this is the same cracker you got in the old c or k rations. it was in a tin i believe
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