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Oven Roasted Turkey SPAM! A good 'emergency food' choice... if you like SPAM!

When it comes to Emergency Supplies, most of us think about stocking up on some sort of canned meats that have a long self life. One of the most popular brands is SPAM! What comes to mind for most of us is the usual blue rectangular can of 'Classic Spam.'


What are the ingredients of Classic Spam?

According to the SPAM website, the ingredients are 'Pork with Ham, Salt, Water, Potato Starch, Sugar and Sodium Nitrate.'


How is SPAM made?

The official answer is 'First, the pork and ham are pre-ground. Then, salt, sugar and the rest of the ingredients are added and mixed, to reach the desired temperature.


From there, the mixture is moved over to the canning line, where it’s filled into the familiar metal cans, 12 ounces at a time. Once filled, cans are conveyed to a closing machine where lids are applied through vacuum-sealing.


Next, the cans are cooked and cooled for about three hours. At this point they’re nearly ready for enjoyment. But the cans can’t leave naked. Labels are applied and then they’re off to be cased, where they await distribution. - Spam website.


What varieties of SPAM are available?

There's Classic Spam, Lite Spam, Less Sodium Spam, Real Hormel with Bacon, Oven Roasted Turkey, Hickory Smoke, Hot & Spicy, Jalepeno, Teriyaki, Black Pepper, Chorizo, Portuguese Sausage, Tocino Seasoning, Garlic, Cheese and a few more flavors in various packaging.


So which one is the best tasting? Of course, that depends on your tastes... but if you ask me, it's the SPAM Oven Roasted Turkey.




You have to at least try it out! Then, you may find yourself wanting to add it to your emergency food supply. It may not be easy to find at your local grocery store unless you live in Hawaii (a state that consumes 7 million cans of SPAM annually) or Guam (where the average resident eats 16 cans of spam per year). So be sure to check Amazon and compare prices!


Yes, OVEN ROASTED TURKEY SPAM may end up being your 'filet mignon steak' substitute during an emergency situation. I trust you may end up liking it as we do!



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