Everyone has memories of their mom popping open a can of mushy vegetables or beans to cook up for dinner. Whether these memories are fond or not is usually up for debate. However the fact that anything that comes out of a can is pretty horrible isn't. Before they shove it in there, it has to be made sure that there is absolutely nothing that can make it go bad in there, which means pasteurizing the hell out of it. The end result tastes like shit and has very little nutritional value, if any, left. But hey, who ever said veggies were the only things limited to tiny aluminum prisons.
I honestly can't figure out how I feel about this: is it the greatest achievement of mankind thus far, or is it an abomination of foodstuffs that deserves to be hucked back into the gaping maw of whatever food processing plant it was spewed from?Nothing will never look as good in real life as it does in the pictures. But at least it looks better than this.