It’s Monday, which means it’s time for another Eating Styles poll. This week’s subject: SPAM. It’s the meat that comes in a can, yet so much more. Monty Python has a song about it. In the 1940s, Americans associated eating it with being patriotic. Hawaiians go nuts for it. They even have a whole museum dedicated to this quintessential mystery meat.


Just what is it about SPAM? How could a food so inherently fishy attain such popularity in our burgeoning farm-to-table, Paleo-dieting culture? Maybe you’re not impressed. Maybe you don’t like SPAM or the idea of SPAM. Well here is your chance to speak out. Vote yes or no for SPAM below and explain your answer in the comments.

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3 Responses

  1. TJ

    I’m not a huge fan, but it works once in a while as a quick fatty meat, so I voted yes… I don’t get the Hawaiian obsession with it at all, it’s equivalent to meat like hot dogs and bologna to me.


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