Here in Hawaii, SPAM is a household staple, a local comfort food, a cultural mainstay, and the best part of musubi. No trip to Hawaii is complete without a taste of the beloved canned meat. It's a remarkably versatile food, and very comforting, especially if you grew up eating it. To further your SPAM education, we went ahead and dug up some SPAM-related facts that'll take (almost) all the mystery out of our favorite mystery meat.
SPAM is cooked in its own can
First, the six ingredients are mixed together and pumped into each individual can. Moving down the conveyer belt, the product is sealed, cooked, cooled, labeled, then boxed before shipping out across the globe.
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