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The days of fallout shelters may be blissfully behind most of us (excluding the most cautious/paranoid in our ranks, of course), but that doesn't mean that we necessarily need to stop considering what we would stock in our doomsday sanctuaries. Or maybe that's just what this Wired blog post on their top ten curious canned goods (a list that includes jellied eels, stewed silkworms, and tinned haggis) had me contemplating. Call me an unadventurous eater with an underdeveloped palate, but I'm not sure any of these will become a staple in my stockpile of nonperishables.

Curious Canned Goods [Wired]


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