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Based upon the moving and deeply visceral recommendation of the previous reviewer of Potted Meat Food Product, 3 oz, - I purchased a case of Potted Meat Food Product, in 3 oz cans. Let me tell you with a deep profound sense of sincerity - if you have never had Potted Meat Food Product in 3 oz variety - you simply are not engaging in the very best that life has to offer. With every mouth watering, scrumptious spoonfull, I'm taken to the lush fields of nirvana. This stuff is like vicodin; it is ambrosia, the food of the gods - and is quite simply the apotheosis of Potted Meat Food Product in 3 oz variety.
Update: May 26, 2013. I happened to revisit the webpage last week and found the product was available and I wasn't even e-mail alerted though I'm signed up for it! Only three cans were left, which I quickly ordered, paying $8.00+ for three cans (in case you doubt my love of this product despite my review below).
Amazon, aren't you supposed to alert me? I'm ready to buy a case of it (I understand it's 48 cans in a case) as soon as you let me know it's available! This is the only place I can find to complain about the lack of alert! I've even written your supplier to ask if I can order it direct, no disloyalty to Amazon but hey, if you don't let me know you got it, how can I order it? Anyone out there got another supplier for me?
As long as I can remember, my family has eaten potted meat, and if those of you who grew up in more prosperous households want to sneer at it and me, be my guest. For the ignorant, it's a spreadable meat product made from the less-popular parts or cuts of chicken, pork and beef, and before you curl up that lip in derison, if you eat a chicken nugget, you're eating the same kind of meat from chicken that I'm eating with my potted meat from chickens, pigs and cows! And read the ingredients on that bologna you buy and eat all the time, too!
I have been eating potted meat regularly ever since my youngest days, I repeat and have continued now I'm in my mid-fifties, even though I can now afford to buy myself steak anytime I want. There's a flavor and simple enjoyment with potted meat that I won't apologize for when I bite into a sandwich made with this meat.Read more ›
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