Kanpan, which has always been a major emergency food. Sometimes it's unavoidable to eat as the shelf life approaches, but it doesn't taste like a biscuit ...
Today, when awareness of disaster prevention is increasing, I would like to introduce "Millet Biscuit for Preservation" that can be stored for a long time. "Millet biscuits" made as an emergency food for disasters.
This product is a non-fried biscuit that does not use milk or eggs. It can be stored for a long period of 5 years from the time of manufacture, and is a "Kochi Prefecture Disaster Prevention Related Industry Exchange Association Certified Product".
It's for storage, but I'm really worried about the taste and opened it. The surface was packed with pretty biscuits engraved with "MIRE".
Biscuits with a smooth texture that is not too hard. It does not have the aroma and saltiness of ordinary millet, but has a simple and gentle sweetness like sweets for young children.
I thought, "If that millet is clogged, it will disappear in an instant," but this is a delicious taste that I can't stop. The biscuit contains 200g (7.05oz), and the calories per 100g (3.53oz) is 431kcal. Please consider it when checking the storage millet and disaster prevention supplies that are likely to be healed even in stressful situations!