What was under it?????? sticky brown goo! So the time had come to cut him open and take out the goo causing insides.
So I grabbed the can opener, flip the can upside down and went for it. After the blade went in there was a rush of escaping air and then I went around and took off the bottom. I was surprised it was not all gooey and pretty much was still as complete as it was when packed. Here is what was inside.
TASTES GOOD HOT or COLD
but not OLD
No I did not take a test taste but my Wife Kelly asked me if I did, guess she figured that was something I would do ( I learned my lesson on eating vintage food along with Dan and Steve out ion the parking lot of the Long Beach Vets Show with a old box of Moonstones) never again.
So now I have a inside-less can and no more goo problem on my shelf.