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I don't have a freezer and therefore can't stock up too much on fresh meat.

 

I'm aware of various canned fish products but are there any canned or preserved beef/pork/chicken products?

 

Thinking of something like corned beef/canned ham etc...

 

Of course there are imported items but they are insanely priced.

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Yes, in Tops you can get canned pork from Germany.

 

Look for "Halberstaedter".

 

You could also consider sausages in a glass, again from Germany, which are also sold in Central Food Hall.

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4 minutes ago, Logosone said:

Yes, in Tops you can get canned pork from Germany.

 

Look for "Halberstaedter".

 

You could also consider sausages in a glass, again from Germany, which are also sold in Central Food Hall.

Thanks, and yes I'm aware of imported products available.

 

Have you checked the price? 4 times then what you would pay in Germany. No thanks.

 

This is why I was asking for local products, if there are any...

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Our neighbor's mantra: " We don't need to stinking freezer!"

 

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I used to love the canned meat substitute stuff they gave us in ration packs back in my army days. 30 years ago but I think a can of Spam would do for now, you just need to cook the hell out of it.

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4 minutes ago, CLW said:

Thanks, and yes I'm aware of imported products available.

 

Have you checked the price? 4 times then what you would pay in Germany. No thanks.

 

This is why I was asking for local products, if there are any...

local sold Spam? image.jpeg.49cd0e82146e5996a9e7ce235f40838b.jpeg it looks after your blended beef/pork quota! 

just don't mind the salt... 😮 

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Just now, tifino said:

local sold Spam? it looks after your blended beef/pork quota! 

just don't mind the salt... 😮 

That stuff's not cheap either. Plus, that salt contented is too outrageous to ignore. 

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3 minutes ago, tifino said:

local sold Spam? image.jpeg.49cd0e82146e5996a9e7ce235f40838b.jpeg it looks after your blended beef/pork quota! 

just don't mind the salt... 😮 

Is there real meat in spam? Had it 30 years ago. Tasted like slime.

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2 minutes ago, Curt1591 said:

That stuff's not cheap either. Plus, that salt contented is too outrageous to ignore. 

Salt is the only good thing in it

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12 minutes ago, CLW said:

Thanks, and yes I'm aware of imported products available.

 

Have you checked the price? 4 times then what you would pay in Germany. No thanks.

 

This is why I was asking for local products, if there are any...

I wouldn't trust Thai canned products. I bought minced chicken from Thailand once, it actually had a bone in it.

 

I'd rather pay the price for a German product. I also think quality wise the Thais are not as fussy with the meat.

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2 minutes ago, UbonThani said:
6 minutes ago, tifino said:

local sold Spam? image.jpeg.49cd0e82146e5996a9e7ce235f40838b.jpeg it looks after your blended beef/pork quota! 

just don't mind the salt... 😮 

Is there real meat in spam? Had it 30 years ago. Tasted like slime.

yeah... a product only popular after seeing it on Monty Python... 

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Just now, Logosone said:

I wouldn't trust Thai canned products. I bought minced chicken from Thailand once, it actually had a bone in it.

 

I'd rather pay the price for a German product. I also think quality wise the Thais are not as fussy with the meat.

but, was it a 'chook' bone?

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11 minutes ago, tifino said:

yeah... a product only popular after seeing it on Monty Python... 

Not true, WW-II, it was and still is a large staple of the Philippine people, and in Hawaii, there are so many different types and flavors of Spam now.  I do like the Delimondo Brand of corned beef from the Philippines, but it is pretty pricy over here. 

 

Image result for delimondo ranch style corned beefImage result for spam types

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