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Sandwich in a can?

How about this for a new provisioning item? Looks entertaining enough, makes sense, but does it taste good?

Sandwiches in a can: Can-do or can-don’t? - foodwine - TODAYshow.com

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I always thought a "sandwich in a can" was a beer....

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dunno bout the canned variety, but these are tasty!

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I usually just make my own.
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Candwich?

You've got to wonder, if it has enough preservatives to kill all life in the can for two or three years, do you REALLY want to put that same stuff in your body?
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If you have to ask......

The review seems kind of glowing. I don't know peanut butter and jelly on a hotdog bun does not sound very exciting. Both Jelly and peanut butter last years without refrigeration, so all you need to get is the plastic sealed hot dog buns and save a bunch of time. Perhaps if I could open the can and pull out a sandwich then ok, but fro me to open a can, and then have to make the sandwich, it is a no go.
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wow.....2 or 3 bucks for a little sqirt a jelly on a hot dog bun??? seems a little steep.....Id need about 5 a thoes little suckers just for lunch! LOL
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A can of liquid bread (beer) and a can of spam. A sailors surf and turf canned sandwich.


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Bet you can't pronounce 99% of the ingredients!
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