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View Poll Results: Would you eat The Canwich
Yes, in a heartbeat. It looks so delicous and convenient! 0 0%
Yes, it looks like a good meal option 2 4.35%
Yes, but only on a dare 4 8.70%
I would probably try it 6 13.04%
I wouldn't eat it, but I'd feed it to my children 0 0%
No way. Sandwiches aren't supposed to come in cans 27 58.70%
No, only because of the cost (cheaper to make your own sandwich, etc) 0 0%
No, because I don't like those types of sandwiches (I'd eat a canned sammie if it was one I liked) 1 2.17%
No (other) 5 10.87%
Turkey Sammie 1 2.17%
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Old 12-13-2012, 04:37 PM
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Well, depends. It kinda looks like a regular wrapped sandwich to me, except it comes in a can. So if the can is something that keeps for a week or something, I'd try it. If it keeps forever though, well, I don't want to imagine what they'd put in the bread to make it last so long, so I'd have to pass.
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"CandwichTM tastes great, and because of the specially formulated healthy recipe, the bread stays as soft and sweet after one-year in storage as it did the day it was made (If you can ever keep them around that long)!"
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:51 PM
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See, I was picturing something more like this
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Old 12-13-2012, 06:20 PM
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Ewww, where's the barf smiley?
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The word "Canwich" makes me think of a sandwich made of Canadians....
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The word "Canwich" makes me think of a sandwich made of Canadians....
That sounds delicious.
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Old 12-13-2012, 06:37 PM
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Oh god... I'm snorting. That's one of the most ridiculous things I've ever seen. Is it really that much more inconvenient to make a PB&J sandwich than to buy PB&J sandwich components in a can? lol
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The word "Canwich" makes me think of a sandwich made of Canadians....
Because we stay soft and sweet for a year? I must be past my expiry date.
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Old 12-13-2012, 07:31 PM
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You know, we do a fair bit of camping and when I first read this thread I was thinking that it couldn't be worse than some of that dehydrated food we've tried (which, btw, is surprisingly good sometimes). The pictures... the "the bread stays as soft and sweet after one-year in storage" bit... ugh. There was something in the paper recently about irradiated bread lasting up to a year. Wonder if the stuff would glow in the dark decently, like a radioactive firefly? Be handy to have around if your camp lantern's batteries died.

I don't know where my mind goes sometimes either.
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Wonder if the stuff would glow in the dark decently, like a radioactive firefly? Be handy to have around if your camp lantern's batteries died.
You may be on to something.
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I wouldn't eat it, maybe give it my husband but I would open it just to see what the candy surprise was inside!
Hahaha I actually had to google candwitch to see what it was before I voted because the pic doesn't come up til u vote first.

I agree, are we really getting that lazy as a society where ppl can't even make their own sandwiches anymore??? Tho I do like the "uncrustables" that smucers has ... They are good.
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