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What's the best meat to use in a Spam musubi? Pomai of Honolulu-based food blog The Tasty Island tested Treet, Tulip, and Spam brand luncheon meats to find out. After comparing and rating their flavors, textures, and levels of deliciousness in musubi form on a scale of one to three, he found that each one had its own individual qualities (good or bad depending on your preference), but deemed Spam the king of luncheon meats.

If you've never had Spam musubi before, try making your own! Just make sure you have a Spam musubi press to get that perfect brick-shape.

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