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    Canned Whole Chicken

    I am at a loss for words...



    Here's a link with some graphic pictures of what's inside. Viewer discretion advised.

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    "There's only one thing I hate more than lying…skim milk, which is water that's lying about being milk." -- Ron Swanson

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    "Home style goodness!" just like the whole canned chicken mom used to make.

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    Hmm, kind of like Prince Albert in a can.

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    I usually keep a couple around as "the power is off after a big storm, earthquake etc survival food." Not gourmet, but they aren't that bad if you just need something to fill your stomach.

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    Looking at those pictures, I think I'g go with canned tuna for emergencies. The pork brains in milk gravy, though, are much worse than the whole chicken. Check them out on that link. 10 days worth of cholesterol in one can!

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    Did you see that episode of chopped? It was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    Did you see that episode of chopped? It was awesome.
    I just saw it. Actually, that was why I searched for the franken-food.

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    I bought a chicken in a can back in the '70's, I think it was. It fell apart as it came out of the can, and I never tried it again. It did taste kind of chickeny, tho.....
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    Damn.. To what depths of laziness are we sinking into??

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    Good grief.

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