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I tried Treet and it was stupid salty , even more stupid salty than regular old Spam. I much prefer the Spam Lite , which has less sodium and fat . One of the very, very few situations in which a "light" or "low fat" version is actually better than the original, at least in my book .
They use Spam as a loss-leader in Hawaii , so they can get you into the store and sell you that $8 gallon of milk and $6 loaf of bread , and $20 half rack of beer.
There is a BIG section of aisle in every Hawaiian grocery store, devoted to Spam. It's kinda cool to try the different flavors , and you can get your w...more
It's not all that, the Bacon Spam. Stupid salty, for one thing. I had high hopes for the cheese flavored Spam as well, and it was "Meh."
A good one to try is called Hot and Spicy Spam, I think. There are Tabasco logos on the can, and it's actually pretty dang spicy . They also have a Jalapeno Spam , but it isn't ...more
You must really like salty food !! I bought a can of TREET once and it was even saltier than original Spam. I had to throw it out after browning some up, it was just so stupid salty.
Cheap though. It was like a dollar , but basically a dollar wasted in my case.
That's the trick ! You cannot make the mistake of slicing it too thin before frying ... it has to have a crispy outside and a soft , moist center. 1/4" inch thick slices , maybe a bit thinner , and lightly browned over medium-low heat on both sides , not fried to death.
My wife just doesn't get it.... she always s...more
Regular Spam is STUPID salty , I can barely choke it down . Spam Lite is a little more reasonable on the sodium , and makes an OK substitute for bacon or ham when sliced and browned as a breakfast meat. We keep a few cans in our RV to use while camping....it keeps for years and doesn't require refrigeration. Defini...more
The reason regular old Michelob isn't flying off the shelves anymore is simple :
It isn't ON the freakin' shelves anymore , at least out west here. It went away years ago, and so did the light version. The only Michelob product I've seen on store shelves regularly in the last 20 years has been Ultra , and why bothe...more
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