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Promoted 08-17-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:44 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 12-Pack 2.5oz Chicken Of The Sea Pink Salmon (Sweet & Spicy) for $9.60 after 'clipped' 15% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks LucyLucyLucy

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Edited August 17, 2016 at 11:54 AM by jersharocks
Amazon [amazon.com] has Chicken Of The Sea Pink Salmon, Sweet and Spicy, 2.5 Ounce (Pack of 12) for $12. Clip 15% off coupon on product page and check out with S&S and price will be $9.60 or $8.40 depending on how many S&S items you have.
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People eat unrefrigerated salmon?
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Can someone that tried it tell me what is it exactly?
Is that the seasoning to put when I'm making salmon and noodles or it's actually like the photo which has pieces of salmon with noodles ?

I don't get it
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People eat unrefrigerated salmon?
You should try a Sweet Sue Whole Canned Chicken (without Giblets, we're not monsters, after all).

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Can someone that tried it tell me what is it exactly?
Is that the seasoning to put when I'm making salmon and noodles or it's actually like the photo which has pieces of salmon with noodles ?

I don't get it
It's a salmon fillet doused in sweet and spicy sauce and vaccuum sealed in a convenient, easy to open package for when you need a quick boost of protein without any of the fat and moderate to low amounts of salt. Doesn't need to be refrigerated unless opened, will last a relatively long time, great for a snack on the go.
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Sugar as the third ingredient in salmon. Only in America.
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Does anyone know how spice it is? For the kids?
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Sugar as the third ingredient in salmon. Only in America.
The unflavored does not contain sugar. Of course the "sweet and spicy" flavor contains sugar...and spice...and everything nice.
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These are crappy. Don't buy.
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Once I went to try canned salmon and it was terrible...it was mostly skin and bones and I just gave most of it to my cat, lol. That was just one brand though, has anyone tried this and is it better than what I described?
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Is this chicken? Or is it fish?
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Once I went to try canned salmon and it was terrible...it was mostly skin and bones and I just gave most of it to my cat, lol. That was just one brand though, has anyone tried this and is it better than what I described?

Guessing your first try was just a slab of salmon shoved into a can? While it has its uses, it isn't really meant to be eaten straight out of can. This product is more like typical canned/pouched flaked tuna.
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I just had the plain unflavored one last night over a spring mix salad with balsamic and olive oil. It tasted very good to me. I'd probably like this too and would order, but I already ordered a bunch yesterday using Prime Now credit.
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Guessing your first try was just a slab of salmon shoved into a can? While it has its uses, it isn't really meant to be eaten straight out of can. This product is more like typical canned/pouched flaked tuna.
Yeah, I think it was. I was looking to add some to some pasta and this big awful glob of skin and bones just glunked out, lol, so I've been leery of trying it since then. I've heard there are some good ones though.
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Yeah, I think it was. I was looking to add some to some pasta and this big awful glob of skin and bones just glunked out, lol, so I've been leery of trying it since then. I've heard there are some good ones though.
It doesn't look good coming out of the can but you just mash it up with a fork add mayo, onions, lemon juice, mustard, cayenne, whatever and mix with a pasta like rotini for a cool summer salad.
Safeway currently has 15oz can on sale for $2.
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