Cum transportavioanele fac 17.000 de mese pe zi pentru marinarii marinei americane
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Un portavion poate avea mai mult de 5.000 de marinari la bord. Pentru a hrăni toți marinarii de pe un portavion, zilnic trebuie pregătite peste 17.000 de mese. Sunt peste 100 de bucătari la bord, ceea ce pare un miracol culinar, dar este? Cum se prepară mesele pentru un număr atât de mare de marinari? Când nava își începe prima desfășurare, există o mulțime de alimente proaspete la bord. Pe măsură ce săptămânile trec și alimentele proaspete devin din ce în ce mai epuizate, pot fi folosite alimente congelate sau conservate. Dar asta nu înseamnă că marinarii nu vor primi deloc mâncare proaspătă. Nava are ceea ce se numește o reaprovizionare în curs de desfășurare, nava de reaprovizionare are la bord o mulțime de alimente proaspete, care sunt livrate portavionului în timp ce acesta este pe mare și în mers, iar echipajul începe ciclul din nou. De asemenea, atunci când nava intră în port, de obicei are mâncare proaspătă gata pentru a fi depozitată pentru echipaj. Aproximativ 17.000 de mese sunt produse zilnic de aproximativ 93 de angajați ai specialiștilor culinari. Aceste mese variază de la micul dejun servit la ora 6 dimineața până la rațiile de la miezul nopții. Planificarea este esențială pentru realizarea acestui obiectiv; bucătarii navei aderă la un ciclu de meniu care durează 15 zile și primesc rezerve pe mare o dată pe săptămână, inclusiv produse uscate și proaspete. Cei 5.000 de echipaj de la bordul unui portavion pot consuma 1.600 de lire de pui, 160 de litri de lapte, 30 de lăzi de cereale și 350 de lire de salată verde într-o singură zi. Totul este produs în cantități enorme. Bucătarii trebuie să pregătească în mod constant mesele, să facă diverse activități și să urmeze formare pentru a învăța noi responsabilități. Toate bucătăriile de pe suporturi sunt aprovizionate suficient. După fiecare șapte până la zece zile, o navă de aprovizionare va aduce între 400.000 și 1 milion de kilograme de alimente. Când este nevoie de variații în livrări, nu este neobișnuit ca alimente regionale să fie incluse, cum ar fi brânza feta din Grecia. #portavion #usnavy #marinari

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  1. Jesus that Taco for taco Tuesday.. As a Southern Californian whose fortunate to be so close to Mexico and experiences REAL Tacos that are not just better butprobably cheaper than that 2:17, that shot hurt my heart..

  2. 5:165:30
    I'm on the Lincoln currently 2 months into 3 months of Cargo FSA and god I wish we had it like this. There are 4 different places food is stored and it's a pain in the ass running around the ship bringing the food where it needs to go, all the store rooms are located separately from anything else important except for one of them where there is constant foot traffic meaning we gotta stop and get off the ladder to let people down every 30 seconds or so wasting so much god damn time. The elevators almost never work and the CPO galley is one deck low while ward room is 2 decks high and quite the distance length wise so when we can't use the elevator it's the biggest waste of time and energy just bc the absolutely terrible placement of that galley. But it makes sense why it's there bc that's where a lot of officers sleep since a lot up there are pilots.

    But as far as the food goes it's alright, sometimes the main line doesn't have what I'd like so i go to the fast line and they usually got chili mac and chili mac always has your back.

  3. I can't speak for the Ford but my experiences with food on the Reagan and Washington tells me that the Navy PR told you to tell us all these things. In other words, the food is not that good at all.

  4. At WWII the Nazi's general already knew that they would lose the war when they knew the US submarine crew can ate the delicious cake on the submarine while the Nazi's soldier should starving and eat everything to survive on the battle field.

    The Nazi's generals realized they were fought against the mega war machine with infinity cost called U.S.A.

  5. I was in the Navy 1982 to 1988 with VS-41 and VS-33 I was on the USS Ranger CV-61 Jul 83 to Feb 84 and the USS Kitty Hawk CV-63 Jul 85 west pacs and the food on the USS Ranger was always half cooked and one time we got half cooked fried chicken and the crew was pissed so I would eat at the forward galley with hambergers and fries it was the fast food galley but on the USS Kitty Hawk the food was very good and at our base North Island Naval Airstation the chow hall was great ..ate a lot of mexican with it being San Diego and loved it.😁And we ran out of food and milk all the time.

  6. I was on an aircraft carrier CV 66. I ate Breakfast everyday. I worked night shift. Running around on a flight deck you gotta eat and they feed you well. Breakfast was always good.

  7. As a young child while living in San Pedro, CA one of my neighbors was in the Navy stationed at Long Beach Naval Station he was assigned to what I believe was a Fleet Replenishment Oiler ship. He took me on a tour of the ship once and I ate a meal onboard the ship. The food was really good. If my parents had decided to remain in California I most likely would have joined the Navy. But instead we moved to Loiuisiana and once I graduated high school I joined the Army and made it a career. Believe me Army chow was never as good as Navy chow.

  8. Birthday meals? Mongolian night? Yeah right! Maybe in the Officer's mess. Enlisted on a long deployment, at least in my experience, eat mostly rice and whatever meat they have available. Never spent time on a carrier though. I was on an amphib commissioned in the 70s

  9. These are not 'sailors.' Do any of these navy employees know how to sail a small boat? Nope……99% of them have never even been in a canoe or kayak. LOL – F this crap.

  10. As someone who did that onboard Nimitz we didn’t get up at 3am. We got up at 6am got in at 7pm worked 12-16 hours a day. You have some of the tough working conditions. You have to shower every day, lots of cleaning , some of the most hours on the ship. Always busy, but it’s cool because you have access to the best food on the ship. Also wasn’t hungry.

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