Anastacia Marx de Salcedo

food writer, and author of “Combat-Ready Kitchen: How the U.S. Military Shapes the Way You Eat”

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We look at the secret military history of food and how wartime innovation led to junk food and snacks that never spoil.

How the military has shaped the way we eat

We look at the secret military history of food and how wartime innovation led to junk food and snacks that never spoil.

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