SOS isn’t creamed chipped beef at all……I’m a Marine (no longer on active duty, but as everyone knows once a Marine always a Marine)
I’ve eatin SOS all over the world, in every field mess or Chow Hall I’ve ever had the pleasure of dining in, so I consider myself a bit of an expert on the subject. Not to mention my Nan (grandmother) used to make SOS for my grandfather a WWII veteran. So I’ve been enjoying SOS all of my life both in and out of the Military.
SOS is exactly what the young lady says it is. There are however two versions of this delicacy….one served to Marine’s and Soldiers made with milk or half-n-half, the other made with some tomato in it I believe, the second version served to Navy personel.
The milk version is also very good over mashed taters!