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    i have never heard of canned chicken.. i am intruiged!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areca View Post
    Canned chicken is never okay! Never, never, never. It belongs with Spam....in the chronicles of WTF were they thinking?

    In all honesty I have no idea if it's okay to eat or not..I'm assuming yes but the idea of chicken in a can is just
    Lol agreed!!! It makes me feel sick just thinking about it

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    I wish I could eat it but I've associated it with my cats can food as its the same size and texture now I can't.

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    I'm not sure why you guys feel that canned tuna is ok but not canned chicken?
    OP, ignore them. Im glad you found something relatively healthy and ok to eat in your brief lunch breaks (and secretly I think canned chook is pretty yummy)

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    Weirdly enough reading this thread the 2nd time im curious what it actually tastes like... Hmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    Weirdly enough reading this thread the 2nd time im curious what it actually tastes like... Hmm...
    Ditto!

    I've always been quite grossed out by it but now I think I want to give it a try...

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    I feel the same! I'm now really curious. Why is fish ok but not chicken? OP, I'm glad you get to eat what you enjoy, and who know's, you may have converted some people.

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    you definitely learn something new every day, i've walked past the canned chicken in the supermarket all the time, i never knew it was 100% chicken breast, i am definitely going to try it for salads/sandwhiches now!

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    I'm not a fan of tuna either and tried this a while ago and its great! I often don't have refrigeration between leaving home and work (on the road) so canned is a wonderful alternative to risking other foods which aren't meant to be at room temp. I looked into whether it was safe during pregnancy and got the same answer, yes!

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    Well, I have been eyeing those cans for a while, but never had the courage to buy any. Tinned chicken, tinned tuna - there really shouldnt be much difference!
    So as we are going camping this week, and its hard enough to find anything suitable to eat, I will get some tinned chicken breast. DP will be amazed he doesnt have to eat tuna every day for lunch


 

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