So a Whole Chicken In a Can Is a Thing… Bon Appétit!

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Did you know that you can actually buy a whole fully cooked chicken in a can? Thanks for these beautiful photos goes to Tracy O’Connor.

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

Looks delicious, doesn't it?

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  1. Admiral Friskie June 18, 2019

    If you cook it with rice, it’s really very tasty.

  2. I'm at a Loss June 18, 2019

    While whole chicken in a can is gross looking, keep in mind you would look about the same if you were packed into a can. Just saying.

  3. Duck the Duck in the Duck Pond June 18, 2019

    Looks more like chicken in a coffin

  4. The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut June 18, 2019

    Looks like an alien – the ones who kling to your face. Now they are here. Be afraid. Be very afraid. In space no one can hear you scream.

  5. American food for American people.
    Everyone else thinks it’s biowaste.

  6. White people for ya

  7. Anonymous June 19, 2019

    It’s rare for these birds to still be intact when you open the can (judging by my five minute Google), but this person managed to cook it until it collapsed in on itself.

  8. Thanks Obama

  9. Cht(Irlandais June 23, 2019

    Someone is defo killing and canning poor wee aliens!

  10. Anonymous May 6, 2021

    When I was growing up in the 80’s, my mom applied for goverment assistance after my parents seperated. The goverment gave us cans, and other non-perishable items of food, that had no pictures on the labels. The packaging was solid white, with bold, black typing that stated what the contents were, along with the words “GOVERNMENT ISSUED”. Whole chicken in a can was always supplied. It always freaked me out when my mom opened the can and the chicken slid out, making a loud slurping noise and plopping in the pan, like some alien fetus being birthed. We also received peanut putter in a Pringles-type can (cardboard, lined with foil, and a plastic lid). The peanut butter was the consistency of Play-doh, and could not be spread on anything, even when heated (it tasted like peanut butter flavored Play-doh). Even at a young age, I knew I should be grateful that we had food to eat, but I hated those two items more than anything.

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