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    Quote Originally Posted by LonestarJake View Post
    Until I get a bad can of Wolf Chili, I will stick with it. It is a Texas company, the original company to have canned chili and is twice as good as AUSTEX (Liberal Name). I think the original person who founded Wolf, pretty much invented Chili and sold it in Houston originally out of the back of a wagon in bowls and jars.
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    Back in the day when people from other states ate little uncooked bologna sticks (aka vienna sausages), us native Texans got a can of Wolf brand chili.
    I may have to keep an aye out for a can and give it a try. Out of stupidity I tried Hormel and it ended up being fish chum, at least the snappers liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishinkeylargo View Post
    I may have to keep an aye out for a can and give it a try.
    You still may not like it. My wife from Louisiana doesn't like it unless it's on a hot dog. Even then, barely.

    I think it's because people like me ate it as a kid and it actually has enough flavor to carry us on to adulthood.

    Compared to potted meat, deviled ham, and olive loaf, Wolf brand chili was a mighty fine can of food. And still is to some of us.
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    I've noticed inconsistencies in a lot of canned products. Campbell's Chunky soup of the same flavor is sometimes thick, sometimes thin. I opened a can of Van Camps Pork and Beans recently and the beans only filled 1/2 of the can, the rest was liquid. Sometimes I get 4 sardines in a can, sometimes 3 or 2.

    I write it off as a processing problem. I think as the main vat is at different levels a different consistency occurs in the filling process.
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    A few months back I was getting some help in finding some reloading dies. The Texan that helped, with the dies, also sent me some Wolff Brand chili as I had not heard of it before. I have since discovered that it is sold here, although there were only 4 cans on the shelf, lost in a sea of other brand stuff. I just ate the last can of it a couple of nights ago. It was good and thick!

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    I'll have to be the odd man out here - Wolf brand chili, to me, is the nastiest stuff I've ever tried to eat. I found two very old cans of it in our hunting cabin that I used as bait in our hog traps - even the hogs avoided it.

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    I prefer Vietti chili w/beans and w/beans & mac on occasions.
    Their hot dog chili is the best I've tried.

    Hormel chili is so salty it's impossible for me to eat. Might as well open your mouth under a salt shaker.
    I haven' tried Wolf yet, but have seen it at my grocery.

    I have a can of Armour chili on the shelf so I may try that soon.
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    My wife put a new can (Wolf Brand) in the pantry the other day, and it's passed the shake test. Sounds good and thick. I'll be havin' that for lunch today, with lots of crackers and jalapenos. No beans though. That just ain't natural.
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    Dollar tree sells this chili, I can't eat it with consuming a pack of tums a couple hours later. That mess is super greasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsnellz73 View Post
    Dollar tree sells this chili, I can't eat it with consuming a pack of tums a couple hours later. That mess is super greasy.
    Jalapenos will toughen up your digestive system.
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