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    Eat like your Grandpa - Tinned fish and potted meat appreciation

    I dont think Im alone in my love for canned, smokey, salty, oily animal protein

    What do you like?

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    Anything from Matiz is good although there are nicer Spanish Conservas. I like the lemon sardines on saltines.

    Wildfish Cannery from Klawok AK is $$$. The smoked salmon makes a perfect dip with cream cheese, capers, green onion, dill, lemon.

    I havent tried that yellow Korean can of kimchi flavored tuna I picked up from HMart, but my gut tells me its good.

    Ekone is great for the local smoked shellfish

    Spam of course I prefer low sodium version testing the bacon spam shortly.


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    dunfree dreams of smoking my sausage
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    Matiz sardines w/pepper.


    buttahflake’s meat has been dry aged for so long smoking would be pointless.

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    I'm a sardiner guy but the tube food is always intriguing in this arena

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinevibes View Post
    I'm a sardiner guy but the tube food is always intriguing in this arena

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    Mmmmhhh

    I think a tube of some salty pork product and some crusty bread would be a perfect skintrack snack


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    I'm a fan of blindly picking stuff up at hmart or uwajimaya. The ones on the right are good, haven't opened the other one yet to see what it is.Click image for larger version. 

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    The lemongrass hand soap is there to make all this palatable?
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    These are great. The Matiz stuff is better, but not good enough to justify costing 4x more.




    These are also great. The Asian market near me used to carry them for $1.50/can, but sadly they haven't stocked them for over year so they're probably not coming back. Available on Amazon but at about double the price of the TJs cans.


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    I'm definitely a big fan of this thread. The Matiz stuff is great, so are the Patagonia Provisions. I also like the tuna from spain in the little glass jars. I've got a couple cans of questionable canned crab that I picked up at an asian grocery 4 years ago that I haven't had the courage to try yet. We shall see. I've got some other random fish shit in cans too.
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    Waiting for the surstromming.

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    Eat like your Grandpa - Tinned fish and potted meat appreciation

    Thats WASP food, amirite? Catholic kids dont eat that shit.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    No love for Vienna Sausage?
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    Hot lunch duck hunting with my grandpa included Vienna Sausages heated on his trucks intake manifold.

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    They have places where you can get fresh fish now gents.
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    Is that a euphemism?

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    My father in law from the isle of Man can't get enough of kippers. And likes spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    They have places where you can get fresh fish now gents.
    I live in the mountains, it's always nice to carry some tins for when you get horny and strike out.
    Is it radix panax notoginseng? - splat

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
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    Hot lunch duck hunting with my grandpa included Vienna Sausages heated on his trucks intake manifold.
    My mom put that shit in my lunch when I was a wee lad. I loved those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    They have places where you can get fresh fish now gents.
    Good luck finding quality fresh sardines most places.

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    Gourmet hermit food?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Good luck finding quality fresh sardines most places.
    Holy shit. That reminds me of a meal I had in Seville. Fresh sardines cooked medium rare, served on a bed of avocado and seaweed salad. It was out of this world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Thats WASP food, amirite? Catholic kids dont eat that shit.
    Sure, lots of WASPS around the Mediterranean and Asia


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    I dont think Im alone in my love for canned, smokey, salty, oily animal protein

    What do you like?

    Current quiver:

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    Anything from Matiz is good although there are nicer Spanish Conservas. I like the lemon sardines on saltines.

    Wildfish Cannery from Klawok AK is $$$. The smoked salmon makes a perfect dip with cream cheese, capers, green onion, dill, lemon.

    I havent tried that yellow Korean can of kimchi flavored tuna I picked up from HMart, but my gut tells me its good.

    Ekone is great for the local smoked shellfish

    Spam of course I prefer low sodium version testing the bacon spam shortly.


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    That's not kimche flavored tuna, it's a can of tuna they have some random spices(most likely MSG and lots of it) you throw into a pot of kimche jigae. That photo on the packaging is the finished product. You gut punked at H-mart for being white.

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    I like smoked oysters on crackers, tricuits or stoned wheat thins...

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    Southwest duck liver
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