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The history of spam:


The history of spam:

For a six-ingredient food product, it's taken on a life of its own. Spam — the square-shaped mash-up of pork, water, salt, potato starch, sugar, and sodium nitrate.

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[Minnesota's gift to the [sign in to see URL] its curse. From the famed spam museum to its claim that spam helped to win WW2. The butt of jokes and songs from Monty Python skits to Hawaii's obsession with this delicacy. Its everywhere and either loved or hated in 44 countries. Everyone seems to have a opinion on spam. Loathe it or adore it but its hard to ignore its contribution to our culture. Here's some interesting history about this ubiquitous product.]

PS: scroll down from the picture of cans of spam for the article.

Last edited by Noserose, 11/26/2017, 11:28 am


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