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on December 28, 2010
This is the perfect put-it-in-the-cabinet-and-forget-it emergency meat with a very long shelf life.
How long a shelf life? Well, I've got some that says "Best by Apr. 27, 2012" which has probably been in the cabinet for at least two or three years already.
It's not something you'll probably want to eat every day (or even every week), but it's great to keep on-hand. Good for natural disasters, power outages, camping, college dorms, financial shortages or times when you just don't feel like cooking anything.
One pack is the perfect serving size for a sandwich or to chop up and mix with a can of beans for a filling meal.
You can also eat it straight from the package without barfing because it doesn't have a ring of gelatinous goo like its canned counterpart.