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Old 08-23-2018, 11:37 PM   #41
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Yes, not Taylor ham, but you're starting to get it now.

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Old 08-23-2018, 11:52 PM   #42
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casey, yes you can send canned meat to Sweden. We had that checked up a few years ago and all you have to do, is a normal gift parcel, yes as a gift and it not harder then sending socks.

A friend of mine sent jello and canned crocodile chili to me.
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Old 08-24-2018, 12:12 AM   #43
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Taylor chili... (sorry, CP, it's an inside joke. Work with me, and we'll get him to send you some, as he promised...)




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Old 08-24-2018, 12:29 AM   #44
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CakePoet, I am tempted to send you a few tins... but then I think about the paperwork involved. I'd have to fill out all kinds of forms, and I have no idea whether I can actually send canned meat to you in Sweden.

SPAM is worth trying, just to say you did it. If you do get your hands on some, go simple, like a few of us have suggested. You really do want to cook it like sausage, where you get a nice, brown crust on the outside, while maintaining a moist, tender inside.

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Old 08-24-2018, 01:17 AM   #45
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I wish I could send people some Falukorv, it is a sausage, so not tinned and we use it for most thing instead of meat. And yes some one has even done a falukorv masubi.

Falukorv means sausage from Falun, which was a big mining town and mines need rope and the best is made from ox skin and when you have a lot of dead oxen , you make sausage. I think it contains pork and beef these days.
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You should try corned beef in a tin. The islanders they say are too big from eating this stuff. We export a lot to the islands, being samoa and Tonga.

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I have tried corn beef in a tin, we got a survivor pack from a friend it had 4 tins, I even tried a burger recipe. That was interesting, my exhusband loved it and he thought that was yummier then my normal burgers. Yes, he was man who preferred
canned food over fresh.
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