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SPAM The best thing to come out of Minnesota (oh wait, second best thing, besides Pyroscott) lol

 

 

I know it gets a bad rap, but hey, I like it. Hawaiians love it and millions of servicemen would have starved if it wasn't for Spam back in the world wars.

 

For those that care, its Spiced Ham.

 

So go ahead and open up a can and cut that gooey slab of processed meat into slices, fry it and enjoy life. lol

 

TS out

I'm so much getting fired for this lol

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HAPPY 75 BIRTHDAY TO

 

SPAM The best thing to come out of Minnesota (oh wait' date=' second best thing, besides Pyroscott) lol

 

I know it gets a bad rap, but hey, I like it. Hawaiians love it and millions of servicemen would have starved if it wasn't for Spam back in the world wars.

 

For those that care, its Spiced Ham.

 

So go ahead and open up a can and cut that gooey slab of processed meat into slices, fry it and enjoy life. lol

 

TS out

I'm so much getting fired for this lol[/quote']

 

Spam is clearly a violation of our posting guidelines. Says so right here: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/1197-s4gru-posting-guidelines-aka-the-rulez/

 

And you didn't get authorization from the Administrator in advance. For shame.

 

:rofl:

 

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What would you know Josh? Is there a vegetarian Spam?

 

Vegetarian Spam? Isn't that compost? :hah:

 

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What would you know Josh? Is there a vegetarian Spam?

Would Turkey Spam qualify?

Spam is clearly a violation of our posting guidelines. Says so right here: http://s4gru.com/ind...-aka-the-rulez/

 

And you didn't get authorization from the Administrator in advance. For shame.

 

:rofl:

 

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Damn it, I guess i have to send myself to Banlandia.

 

TS

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I have never actually tasted spam in my entire life. That stuff just looks nasty as hell.

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Fried or grilled Spam is pretty tasty. Straight from the can is no bueno.

 

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Fried or grilled Spam is pretty tasty. Straight from the can is no bueno.

 

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I'm going to grill some this weekend. I have never tried it grilled. Straight out of the can is not great. I have had worse tasting military chow though.

 

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For Spam' date=' this is the vegetarian equivalent:

 

AJ

 

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I think that Vegemite and compost are interchangeable as they taste and smell the same.

 

You are the only one without a CM9 KF.

 

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I think that Vegemite and compost are interchangeable as they taste and smell the same.

 

You are the only one without a CM9 KF.

 

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Come on, get with the program AJ... :lol:

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What would you know Josh? Is there a vegetarian Spam?

 

I wasn't always a vegetarian.

 

For Spam, this is the vegetarian equivalent:

 

VegemiteDramagirl.jpg

 

AJ

 

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Never seen that stuff before in my life.

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When I was in flight school (ERAU), there was a lot of Hawaiian's around... They loved the stuff! In fact, they considered Spam a delicacy. Me and my roommate (both "mainlanders") would raise hell every time they "cooked" it because it would stink the suite up. Never could understand the Hawaiian love for Spam. But they loved it!

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For Spam, this is the vegetarian equivalent:

 

VegemiteDramagirl.jpg

 

AJ

 

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LOL, this is more of an Australian thing, a buddy of mine and his wife went to Australia and he told me about this stuff that the locals love to eat. When he tried it he said it was some pretty nasty stuff(really salty and really bitter) and it made his wife almost throw up. Now "Marmite" on the other hand, which is a very similar product but mainly used by the British, is even nastier than vegemite.

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I always thought Vegemite tastes like old vegetable scraps fermented in the sun with a hint of beer. Nasty stuff.

 

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Vegemite is made out of brewers yeast, which is an ingredient that I watch for on dog food labels. I refuse to feed that garbage to my dog because it is a low nutrient byproduct of brewing beer, but people voluntarily eat it?

 

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Whoa! You're vegetarian too? I knew there was a reason I liked you Josh!

 

Andy

 

Been a vegetarian for 8 1/2 years now. But I'm actually a vegan vegetarian. So I don't even touch anything with dairy either. Of course I still eat junk food, lol.

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