I was buying groceries recently, and amongst the canned artichokes and peas, and green beans, I noticed there were no cans of celery.
Hmm, why is celery verboten from being canned? Chun King puts a few chunks in their chow mein vegetables, so I know technologically, it is possible. Also, I question there would be no demand for it, after all, had there been a can there, I would have bought it. So, where is the canned celery?
Also, I sometimes will boil raisins and serve them as a vegetable. (usually when I am PO’d with a housemate, but I do love to eat them that way) I note in canned fruit cocktail, there are always some grapes lurking in the can, so again, the technology exists to safely can grapes and therefore, raisins. And again, I do not see them in the store.
what’s up with that?
And what other glaring omissions should we be noting in the stores?
America needs to know!