WHAT THE HECK IS SPAM MUSUBI?

Spam Musubi is local food (snack) in Hawaii, which is made of cooked spam tied to a block of rice with nori (seaweed). It looks like sushi but the rice has no vinegar in it. So, why is spam popular in Hawaii? I grew up in Hawaii eating spam almost every week for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We called it our Hawaiian steak. It was also quick and easy to take it out of the can, slice it up and eat it as a snack or fry them in the pan with eggs. I love it with rice and macaroni salad or just plain BestFood mayonnaise and nori. Believe me, all locals born and raised in Hawaii love spam and / or spam musubi. Try it some time if you're ever in Hawaii. You can stop at a McDonalds, Burger King or 7 Eleven located at any of the islands because most of them have spam or spam musubi on the menu or ready-made for a snack. Aloha!

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