Tushonka [Russian > "Braised Meat"] is a term for stewed pork or beef preserved in a hermetically-sealed container. It is notoriously made from heavily-salted low-grade fatty cuts of meat. Traditional home-made Tushonka was kept in glass mason jars but modern commercially-made Tushonka is canned.
It was made as emergency canned rations for the military during the Great Patriotic War (1940-1945). Surplus ration cans later became popular with hikers and tourists in the post-War period. Popular demand led it to be produced for the domestic market.
|Tushonka||0.3 kg||1x1||₽ 1150||Common||20%||3 sec.||Energy +65|
|0.5 kg||1x1||₽ 1050||Common||15%||3 sec.||Energy +70|