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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokewagon View Post
    Nope. It isn't hot dog sauce, which I do like and use on my chili dogs. This is just the old fashion chili, but unlike it used to be.
    Send them a complaint, tell them to go back to the old recipe. Glad I still have an old case of the stuff in my stash. Canned Chili has an indefinite shelf life like spam does, and I think it tastes a lot better.


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    That's weird my wife uses the wolf brand chili for our chili dogs and it's not thin at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokewagon View Post
    Anyone else notice this, or am I just unlucky with my chili?
    I noticed it too... ! :-( I now give canned Wolf (actually all now) chili the "shake" test before I buy it - if I hear a "slosh" it goes back on the shelf.
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    Maybe you got a couple cans from a bad batch. I eat wolf brand (hot, no beans) as well and the can I had a couple weeks ago was fine.
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    We quit eating Wolf Brand Chili a few yrs back . it got ronchy so we tried some Hormel Turkey Chili and have stuck with this since then .

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    I'm getting heartburn and gas just reading this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPT24/7 View Post
    We quit eating Wolf Brand Chili a few yrs back . it got ronchy so we tried some Hormel Turkey Chili and have stuck with this since then .
    Yes I have found that I like Wolf brand chili and have not noticed it being watered down but I have not eaten any lately.

    On the other hand Ron I have never been enticed to try ground turkey and then a couple of weeks ago I found out why and decided I would not eat it at all. The article said that over 65 percent of ground turkey was loaded with nasty bacteria which commonly causes people to get sick. I'll pass on this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadKaw View Post
    If you do, it'ss not from me.
    People lack the enzyme alpha-galactosidase which is necessary to digest raffinose - the sugar in beans.
    However, lactobacillus does produce the enzyme and eliminates the issue.
    Eat yogurt.
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    They sell it in Minnesota and I tried it once and didn't like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Beaver View Post
    On the other hand Ron I have never been enticed to try ground turkey and then a couple of weeks ago I found out why and decided I would not eat it at all. The article said that over 65 percent of ground turkey was loaded with nasty bacteria which commonly causes people to get sick. I'll pass on this!
    What you read is about ground turkey and whatever you read does not always apply to other uses of ground turkey but for Hormel it goes through a different process and if that was a problem nation wide Hormel would have already pulled it . What i'm saying is you read something bad but doesn't pertain to everything . Taurus guns are good guns but there is a lemon in every batch .

 

 
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