The first one is a review from a guy who has apparently bought some Russian rations.
"I would not eat the ration again, the taste and quality are not good.
The two main meals are full of fat and oil - not enough spices and too much salt - but a lot of beef. I had to heat it in the microwave. It's like food from the Middle Ages."
The second example was a simple picture from a set of photos from a long lost discussion forum regarding Russian Spetsnaz. It was basically a photo of his food, which was, if I remember: a tin ration plate similar to the ones we have here except it was more of a bowl and didn't have sections for different foods, in the bowl was something that resembled apple sauce, and on top of that was some fish (I can only remember seeing it's head). Nearby the fish and still in the bowl were 1 or 2 slices of bread. To drink, the guy had a ceramic cup with coffee or tea. Tbqh, only that drink sounds appetizing.
The last came from one of Vlad's videos on Youtube, http://www.youtube.com/user/russiadefence#p/u/29/1qi_sxy_3z4 , at 3:20, the guy enters the Cafeteria, the food seems nicer there (although I've noticed that many things in Russia looks uncrappy when a HD camera is used).
So, for the most part, from what little experience I've seen of Russian rations, they look pretty bad, however, I'm open for change, anyone want to make a long post describing Russian rations?