Christmas Dinner in a Can? The Weird and Potentially Edible World of Hot Can

A new and rather bizarre food creation is about to hit store shelves.
By: Lawrence Bonk

A new and rather bizarre food creation is about to hit store shelves. Hot Can, the canned meals that don’t even need a heating source to cook. That’s right. Each can uses a “totally safe exothermic reaction” to prepare your meal. We aren't sure what that means exactly, but they say it’s totally safe so don’t worry!

The most interesting, um, flavor is called Christmas Dinner, which features a turkey casserole along with vegetables, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Other varieties? Chicken curry, cheese ravioli and rice pudding. Stow a few away for the zombie apocalypse.

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