Whole Chicken In a CAN – WHY? – WHAT ARE WE EATING?

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How to cook a whole chicken…..IN A CAN!??!?!?!

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  1. Robin Abernathy
    Robin Abernathy says:

    $17.50 EACH!!!! The only place where this price would make any type of sense is in South Pacific islands where it costs so much to transport things there that the cost of everything is much higher. $10.00 for a gallon of milk. $5.00 for a head of lettuce. Loafs of bread for $5.00 (for generic store brands by the way) Also, in this region of the world any sort of canned meat is a HIGHLY valued commodity. It's super expensive, but if you have some you can basically use it like cash it's so valued. Canned meat and bagged rice.

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  2. Georgia Girl
    Georgia Girl says:

    This is a non-perishable food intended to be used in an emergency when there is no power. Since it is fully cooked no heat is needed. Great for your Hurricane Kit or for your Bomb Shelter, but not to appetizing to look at.

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