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Freesail, How did you possibly get to 2008 without trying SPAM?

Food of the gods, Indeed!

Low Sodium variety, fer shure.

I prefer it fried onWhole Wheat, Mayo, and a slice of Cheese....tomatoes in season...Yummmmmm.

and Jody, there's a reason Vienna Sausages didn't get much mention:

THEY'RE OUTLAWED IN MOST STATES for nutritional reasons.

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Buckeyesailor, I was raised with a Mediterranean diet and still enjoy eating that way. I also don't eat much if any fried foods. So explain the 12 stints in my heart since November 3rd.? That's why never had Spam.
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WOW!.......sorry to hear about that. I was always under the impression that a Med. diet was great for your heart.
Yeah, I doubt if they do much Spam in the Med.....they'd probably want to know what's in it first.......which of course, no one does........
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THEY'RE OUTLAWED IN MOST STATES for nutritional reasons.
I highly doubt that one....as being I have bought them in practically in every state I have ever lived in or passed through...and Ironically I can not find a single state that has by law banned them either, from being sold...
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Jody, I meant that in a "should be" sense.....

as much as I love those little things! I can lean back, close my eyes and actually TASTE em right now.......yummy!.......I can also feel my arteries clogging....
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Got me! Ok strike roast. They are pretty edible, if you play with the gravy. Seriously play with it. You can wax skis with it.
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The best canned tuna I have found at wal mart.
It is the wal mart store brand, albacore, and it has the best quality of tuna I have found in a can. Around a buck ea.
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I kinda hate this link, because I exceed it, but I figured I should share it and let others make their own decisions:

Tuna Calculator | Environmental Working Group

Harmful effects
• In adults: High doses of mercury can cause tremors; impaired hearing, vision and balance; and even death.

• In developing fetuses, infants: A fetus faces a high risk of birth defects if mercury is in the mother's system. Mercury can impair infants' motor and cognitive skills.

• In wildlife: Mercury impairs animals' reproduction and behavior.
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Russia + UK. lived on SPAM during WW2. Like to cube + fry with cubed potatoes
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I kinda hate this link, because I exceed it, but I figured I should share it and let others make their own decisions:

Tuna Calculator | Environmental Working Group

Harmful effects
• In adults: High doses of mercury can cause tremors; impaired hearing, vision and balance; and even death.

• In developing fetuses, infants: A fetus faces a high risk of birth defects if mercury is in the mother's system. Mercury can impair infants' motor and cognitive skills.

• In wildlife: Mercury impairs animals' reproduction and behavior.
You should not post such alarmist information about tuna, obviusly .. obvios ... posted by .. uhh, ... environmental ... what was I talk about ? .. Hey .. I can't hear anymore .. HEY I CAN'T HEAR ANYMORE, AND I CAN'T SEE EITHER ... **loses balance and over w/ tremors**

Joking aside, obviously mercury really is a problem and I agree with the poster it's something to consider in decisions about what to eat.
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