Eating 'Can Goods'...
May 11, 2007 7:01am CST
We all know that every meaty can goods nowadays we see are ready to be served and no need to cook. But there are really some people that they'll still have to cook it otherwise though there's no need cooking them. My question is, do you eat can goods as it is, or you still have to cook them? Does eating them as it is are really safe? If not or if so, what are the best suggestions you can give or share with us here.
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11 May 07
I sometimes eat canned goods specially if we have no other food to cook or there's no more time for cooking. I guess I'm a flexible person too. Sometimes I prefer to eat it as is or add some ingredients to make it taste better. I'm not sure if this is harmful for our health. The best thing we could do is to check it's expiry date and clean the top thoroughly before opening to avoid any dirts it may have.
11 May 07
I find that most canned goods will say on them ready-cooked and I would eat them as is, or warm them through first to make them more tasty. Mostly I would read what it said on the label and follow those instructions. But I tend to use canned food only as a convenience and much prefer the fresh food, that is cooked from scratch.