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Vienna Sausages are just as disgusting as I remembered

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by fnfalman, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. carbon_15

    carbon_15 1*

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    You misspelled delicious. :whistling:
     
  2. geofri

    geofri Poikilotherm™ Lifetime Member

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    Finally caved, and visited this thread.

    I once bought a can, heck, it was probably just because I had seen one too many prepping videos on youtube.


    Opened it, took a good look, then threw it out.
     

  3. HollowHead

    HollowHead Firm member

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    You forgot toilet paper, Blast. HH
     
  4. OSSI

    OSSI Litter Kitty CLM

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    Believe me NEVER EVER buy Hot Dog in tin. NEVER EVER.Believe me
     
  5. czsmithGT

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    Those things taste terrible! And such small portions!!

    :supergrin:
     
  6. Johnspark

    Johnspark Grumpy Fish

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    I have a few cans around for emergencies. They were good in the field too. BBQ and mustard make them almost good.
     
  7. Blast

    Blast 'nuff said

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    Thanks for the reminder. I knew I forgot something.:wavey:

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  8. marv

    marv Millennium Member

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    Here at the bottom of IN Vienna sausage was/is the 'meat' of choice for sawmill lunches. A can of Vienna, a packet of peanut butter crackers and a Pepsi was lunch.
     
  9. I.Hate.Glocks.

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    A true connoisseur chases the sausages with the jelly juice left in the can, then opens the 2nd can!! Forget regular crackers you get 2 packs on peanut butter on cheese crackers and as said above a Coke!!
     
  10. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

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    I usually one that like foods that most people won't even touch but I must agree about these nasty little things.

    :puking::ack:
     
  11. LAWDOGKMS

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    Don't eat them now or potted meat either, but fomd memories of mom making "pigs in a blanket" with canned biscuits....yum!

    As a spinoff, does anyme else like Braunschweiger Liverwurst?

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    I can't eat stuff like this every day...but there are a few items that I can't eat all the time, but cave like crazy every once on in a while, and that includes liverwurst, sardines, pimento cheese, boudin, and the classic liver and onions..
     
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  12. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!


    (But just between me and you: If you like trout lines or dead-stick (e.g., "bush hook") catfishing, just take ya a couple three of them little sausages and put 'em into a bowl. Then take some corn flakes and mash the sausages and corn flakes together. Add enough corn flakes till you have a ball-conformable mixture that is tight enough to stay on a hook.

    I now use salmon egg hooks I buy from online as making a ball the size of the entire hook is perfect for when I fish this bait. Putting bells on the limbs or cane poles will probably keep ya busy all night if there are a lot of fish around.

    Back in the day, I would form a ball of this same mixture and place it on the point and barb area of a larger sized hook. I tried to get 'em all set before sundown, and then go check 'em in the morning.
     
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  13. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    I just puked in my mouth.:faint:
     
  14. skytop

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    Saw them being made on a food info show last week. To my surprise, they have nothing to do with Vienna. They are made by Armour in Chicago. They are 85% chicken and 15% pork and floor sweepings. They add flavorings and some chicken broth. They are made in an endless excrusion which is rapidly cut into correct lengths and then squeezed into the little can. Acutally, it is much "healthier" than first thought. I can see why so many people enjoy them and pack them for lunch or dinner at work.