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What are some of your guilty pleasure canned items?

Mine were ravioli, spaghetti with meatballs, smoked trout, and anything Spam. Recently, I discovered the canned Indian food at Trader Joe's, and it's top notch (brings me back to my childhood, not Indian, but my uncle was.)

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Dekopon oranges

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All day breakfast, beans, sausage, egg and Bacon all in the same.can!
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Green olives, smoked oysters (I keep a hundred or so cans as emergency rations and I love when I need to rotate some out), mandarin oranges and of course the high sodium crap Campbell's makes.
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OP, you should be concerned about appetite fatigue. I'd suggest adding Beefaroni.
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Peaches, pears, pineapple.
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I like to hit up the middle eastern and indian markets for interesting canned and bottled items. Spicy pickled goodies, stuffed eggplant and dolmas, feta cheese in olive oil, indian curries, etc.
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Ditto MikeK.

Speaking of which, why the heck is there no freeze-dried eggplant or feta at those storage-food companies?

I think Indian ready-to-eat is the best convenience food out there.
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Peaches, pears, pineapple.
For fruit, cherries, plums, mandarin oranges, mango, and lychees.

For canned meat, Australian corned beef (so much better than ours) and canned mutton.

For fish, salmon filets, bacalao, and octopus in garlic sauce.

For cheese, cabrales blue, feta, and Cougar Gold.
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Sardines in mustard.

Runs in cycles: sometimes want them for every meal, then months go by with no appetite for them at all.

Also, canned date bread.
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Beef stew, Salmon, albacore tuna, chicken & dumplings, various beans, along with the things the OP mentioned (along with others also mentioned)
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Artichoke hearts.
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Smoked oysters, sardines, spam, scallops, and the like. I will have to check out Trader Joe's canned Indian foods when we are there Friday. Maybe they have canned Dolmas.
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Canned sliced peaches
Hormel canned roast beef with gravy

Just my opinion.
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In just about every case I would rather have the fresh version than canned.
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Yeah, me too. But I've yet to find any fresh shrimp, oysters, or mandarin oranges up in the snowy high mountains.
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Yeah, me too. But I've yet to find any fresh shrimp, oysters, or mandarin oranges up in the snowy high mountains.
Which is exactly why I don't like living in the mountains.

I followed Sam Kinison's advice. Move to where the food is.
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Corned beef hash, roast beef hash, oysters smoked and boiled, kippers, sardines, pineapple, tart cherry , Apple and blueberry pie filling, olives.
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I like canned fruit especially after a week in the bush. Canned tomatoes have been traditionally carried by people for 125 years. People that cowboy for a living have carried them in their saddle bags and have reverence for them. S Omar Barker did a wonderful poem entitled "Canned Termaters" that I have recited many times.
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I almost forgot corned beef. I will eat that right out of the can like a barbarian.
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