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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    No mention of the flavored spams they have now?
    They now have maple, teriyaki, bacon flavor spam and though in a can you can portion out via vacuum seal or freezer bag with say rice or veggies.
    17 varieties

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    Makes a good bear deterrent.

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    Time for a new group...SPAM Anonymous.jpeg

    "To make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from." - T.S. Eliot

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    Quote Originally Posted by peakbagger View Post
    The folks in Hawaii would take offense, its is quite popular for some strange reason.
    Yes, they have many varieties not available elsewhere.

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    I got a foil pouch of chicken to add to each of my meals on my last trip. I figured plain chicken couldn't be bad. Turns out I didn't like that either. I am about to give up and become a vegetarian while backpacking. I never get tired of lentils, bean, nuts, cheese, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelph View Post
    Makes a good bear deterrent.
    Spam on Brown Bread.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vlr45J9jIqM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daybreak View Post
    Spam on Brown Bread.
    Brown bread with raisins might....I say might hide the taste of the spam.

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    And just in case you were unaware,in Austin Minnesota you can visit the Spam museum. Not many foods have a dedicated museum...

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    Makes a great trail meal, IMO. Instant rice, mashed potatoes, or noodles + dehydrated veggies + herbs/spices + a pouch of chicken or SPAM and you have endless possibilities.

    SPAM's not going to win any "healthy" awards, but on the trail it's a good source of fat, protein and salt (electrolytes for the modernists).

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    Could try this instead of Spam Sweet Sue Chicken Breast, 3 Oz

    Just enough to mix with rice or ramen for a meal

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    I like Landjagger, a semi dried German sausage that doesn’t require refrigeration. In Atlanta I can get it at Patak, a place that does all kinds of smoked European meats. They will ship some of their products.

    https://patakmeats.com/

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    Shelter mice can also be a delicious addition to Ramen.

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    You know the old saying? In GA, the shelter mice are cute. In PA, there food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HankIV View Post
    Shelter mice can also be a delicious addition to Ramen.
    Also known as SpamRamen

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    How about "Mice -A-Roni"?

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    On another post ETtrailrunner is looking for a 20 liter daypack. That's 46 cans of Spam (20oz) or 23 cans of brown bread with raisins (16 oz).

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